The Defense Department Lost Track of Millions Sent to Chinese Labs
Bill Maher and Cuomo Admit Something We've All Known About the Trump Hush...
Does Everyone Hate Caitlin Clark Because She's a Straight White 'B**tch'?
Why The Associated Press' Article About the TX Girl Murdered by Illegal Aliens...
Why the Latest GOP Attempt to Hold Garland Accountable Over Biden Tapes Could...
The AP Shields Illegal Killers
Get Ready for a 'Once-in-a-Lifetime' Thermonuclear Space Explosion That Will Be Visible Fr...
What This Big-Time Democrat Donor Had to Say About Trump Is Stunning
Disney Exec. Admits It Discriminates Against White Male Applicants
'Squad' Member Jamaal Bowman Accused of Plagiarizing As He Runs to Secure the...
Virginia Dem Eugene Vindman's Campaign Struggles, While Fmr. Green Beret Emerges As GOP...
This Democrat Mayor Insists the U.S. 'Needs' Illegal Immigrants
The New York Times Has Bad News on Biden's Support Among Another Key...
Three Columbia University Deans Placed On Leave Over Disparaging Antisemitism Texts
30 Tons of Fentanyl Has Crossed U.S. Border Under Joe Biden's Presidency

NPR Finally Issues a Correction After Getting Fact-Checked Into Oblivion

National Public Radio issued a correction to their tweet that proclaimed there is "limited scientific evidence of physical advantage" trans athletes have over female athletes after the international governing body for track and field banned trans women athletes.


The World Athletics Council said the ban is in place after the organization conducted their own research that showed biological males had an advantage over females, though pro-LGBT+ groups claim their research was flawed.

NPR's original tweet was shared widely on Twitter, with many users posting links to studies showing what the World Athletics Council found to be accurate. The tweet had a Community Note posted under it with links to multiple studies. The tweet has since been deleted.

On Sunday, NPR again tweeted the story with a correction underneath:

Similar to the original tweet, a Community Note was posted to NPR's correction:


"A major study by the British Journal of Sports Medicine suggest that trans identified males retain an advantage over women." The links are to a story by NBC News about the issue and the study it was based on.

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Videos