National Public Radio stooped to a new low.
They don’t want their listeners to know the truth about abortion.
And you won’t believe the absurd “business decision” they made to keep Kermit Gosnell’s atrocities secret.
A new documentary titled “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” by starring conservative actor Dean Cain is coming to theaters on October 12.
The film exposes the murderous career of Kermit Gosnell, an abortion doctor convicted of murdering three babies with scissors who were born alive.
Gosnell was also convicted of involuntary manslaughter of a woman who died on his table after a botch abortion.
To advertise for it, Sullivan offered NPR a six-figure payment to be a sponsor on their show Fresh Air.
But NPR decided protecting a man responsible for murdering newborn babies and women was more important.
The Daily Caller reported:
John Sullivan, the executive producer new film “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer,” says he tried to purchase six-figure advertisements for his movie on NPR last month. But according to emails provided to The Daily Beast, NPR would not allow Sullivan to call Gosnell an “abortionist” or an “abortion doctor” in his ads.
Gosnell was sentenced in 2013 to three life terms in jail after an investigation into his Philadelphia abortion clinic revealed that he murdered at least three children with scissors after they were born. Gosnell was also found to be complicit in the death of a female patient.
Sullivan’s first proposed advertisement for his movie read, “Support for this NPR program comes from the film ‘Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer’. The film is the true story of abortionist Kermit Gosnell. A story the mainstream media tried to cover up because it reveals the truth about abortion.”
NPR executives knew they would face backlash from their pro-abortion listeners for allowing a pro-life movie as a sponsor.
Clearly the deaths of women and babies is less important than protecting murderers in the mind of the liberal “news” outlet.
NPR regularly complains about funding cuts from the federal government.
Yet they turned down a six-figure sponsorship for political reasons.
Watch the trailer for “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” below: