Rep. Elise Stefanik blasts NPR affiliate over dishonest coverage

 March 11, 2023

Republican Conference chair Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York blasted a "sexist" taxpayer-funded NPR affiliate for lying to Americans about the Hunter Biden laptop story.

Stefanik also called out the NPR affiliate for its representation of the Justice Department’s treatment of parents who are concerned about Critical Race Theory.

"NCPR, a taxpayer-funded public radio station serving northern New York, was condemned by Stefanik after the affiliate’s Emily Russell published an article Wednesday claiming the congresswoman inaccurately suggested the administrative state is weaponized against taxpayers and unaccountable to voters," reports Breitbart.

"Russell’s article was in response to Stefanik’s speech on Saturday in which the congresswoman roasted President Joe Biden’s administrative state as 'corrupt.' Stefanik is a member of the House 'Weaponization' subcommittee that seeks to hold the DOJ and FBI accountable for their political weaponization against the American people," reports Breitbart.

"We have exposed the corrupt and complicit mainstream media," Stefanik said. "America is seeing Joe Biden’s corrupt DOJ and FBI fully weaponized as they label parents domestic terrorists."

"A senior adviser to Stefanik, Alex DeGrasse, ripped Russell and her outlet for perpetrating 'sexist' attacks on the congresswoman while 'lying' to its readers," reported Breitbart.

"Taxpayer-funded disinformation outlet NCPR caught unlawfully sending emails supporting Democrat candidates continues their strange, sexist obsession with lying about Elise Stefanik," DeGrasse said.

"It’s more concerning that they are actively lying to NY-21 readers about the Hunter Biden laptop story and the DOJ wrongfully targeting parents as domestic terrorists," DeGrasse added.