NPR Still Pushing the 'Red Scare' -- With Actual Communists and Soviet Spies

Townhall.com Staff
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Posted: Dec 01, 2014 9:43 AM

The leftist phrase “Red scare” is meant to imply a political paranoi that caused people to be falsely charged with communist espionage. But even today, leftist media outlets like National Public Radio use “Red scare” even as  they admit the government was prosecuting actual communist espionage.

On Saturday’s Weekend Edition, NPR anchor Scott Simon proved again that they never tire of beating this drum as he promoted 98-year-old Miriam Moskowitz, trying to clear a 1950 “McCarthy era” conviction.