NPR aired a fake interview with George W. Bush a few days ago. They pulled Bush’s voice out of his audio reading of his new book, No. 1 on Amazon, and portrayed G.W. as a drunk in the White House. And taxpayers pay for NPR to smear him. How sad and hateful is this?
SAGAL: Thank you, everybody. With President George W. Bush’s memoir, “Decision Points,” coming out this week, naturally we reached out to invite the president on for an interview. Now this was the response we got, for real, from his former press secretary Dana Perino, quote, “That’s hysterical. You guys are so funny,” and then a smiling emoticon. So instead, we’ll be interviewing George W. Bush’s audio book. So welcome to WAIT WAIT, this is a big honor for us. Now, you tell some great stories in the book. Tell us about your first week as president.
SAGAL: Well, yeah, you’ve earned a celebration, I guess. But then you got down to business, right? Tell us what you did next.
Taxpayer funding desperately needs to be pulled from NPR. They can do what they want to do, but should not be doing it with my money.