NPR`s 48-Hour Rule on Mark Potok
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March 31, 2010, 04:50 PM
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Apparently, the folks at NPR now have a 48-hour rule for Mark Potok, chief obfuscator for the SPLC. The rule is: he`s got to be on the air at least every forty eight hours. Last night he was brought on to weigh in on the Hutaree militia.Growth Of Militia Groups `Astounding`,
NPR, March 31, 2010.

As usual, Potok managed to spin the arrests of these militia members into a complete indictment of everyone to the right of Lindsey Graham. [Previously by Potok: When Right-Wing Extremism Moves Mainstream, NPR, March 25, 2010] He went completely unchallenged by his fawning interviewer, Michele Norris.

What`s next? Mark Potok on Car Talk? "Well, guys, I was driving a Toyota, until I was reminded of the racism of Imperial Japan, and now I just can`t decide what to drive. Can you suggest anything?"

[See also:Left: Get The Tea Partiers—Keep Up The Skeer! by Peter Brimelow.]