NPR, Nina Totenberg ripped for defiantly standing by Supreme Court mask report after swift blowback

NPR public editor Kelly McBride addressed the ongoing controversy involving Totenberg’s story 公開 Tuesday that alleged Justice Neil Gorsuch refused to wear a mask despite being asked by Chief Justice John Roberts due to the health concerns of their colleague Sonia Sotomayor, who is vulnerable to COVID because of diabetes.

NPR's chief legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg has been ridiculed for defiantly standing by a report that received unprecedented blowback.

NPR’s chief legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg has been ridiculed for defiantly standing by a report that received unprecedented blowback. (Wanyu Zhang/NPR)

自由主義者がボッチドレポートを必死に擁護する中、チーフジャスティスロバーツがスコタスドラマのNPRストーリーを非難

All three of them refuted NPR’s reporting. McBride declared Totenberg’s storymerits a clarification, but not a correction.

After talking to Totenberg and reading all justices’ ウクライナのテニスプロマルタ・コスチュクがロシアの選手を「戦争なし」で引き裂く, I believe her reporting was solid, but her word choice was misleading,” McBride wrote.

McBride zeroed in on a specific excerpt from Totenberg’s report regarding how the Supreme Court justicesadjustments to COVID precautions had changed following the holiday break during the omicron surge.

According to court sources, ソトマヨールは、マスクを外された人々の近くで安全を感じませんでした. ジョン・ロバーツ裁判長, それを理解する, in some form or other, asked the other justices to mask up,” Totenberg had written.

NPRの記者は、最高裁判所の陳述をめぐって、アウトレットのストーリーに反論している, GORSUCHとSOTOMAYORLIEDを意味します

NPRの現在論争中の報告書は、ジョン・ロバーツ裁判長を主張しました "何らかの形で" オミクロンの急増のために裁判官にマスクを着用するように頼んだが、ニール・ゴーサッチ裁判官は拒否した.

NPRの現在論争中の報告書は、ジョン・ロバーツ裁判長を主張しました “何らかの形で” オミクロンの急増のために裁判官にマスクを着用するように頼んだが、ニール・ゴーサッチ裁判官は拒否した. (SCOTUS)

McBride, who was named NPR’s public editor in 2020 and aims torespond to audience concerns and suggestionsabout the organization’s reporting, noted that later Tuesday, 言葉 “尋ねた” was changed tosuggested.

NPR stands by her reporting,” NPR spokesperson Ben Fishel told Fox News Digital after McBride’s criticism was published.

Totenberg has since dismissed McBride’s criticism herself in an interview with the far-left Daily Beast.

She can write any goddamn thing she wants, whether or not I think it’s true… she’s not clarifying anything,” Totenberg 前記. “I haven’t even looked at it, and I don’t care to look at it because I report to the news division, she does not report to the news division.

Totenberg did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News Digital.

NPR has continued to stand by Totenberg’s widely refuted report despite criticism from its own public editor.

Many were shocked Totenberg continued to stand by her original story:

Others found issues with McBride’s criticism of Totenberg:

Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.

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