Friday, December 23, 2016

NPR Diane Rehm, Who Starved Her Husband to Death, Retires After 37 Years

NPR talk-show host Diane Rehm has finally retired from the microphone at NPR after 37 years. Rehm is best known in pro-life circles for starving her husband to death.

As NPR reports today: Rehm is wrapping up a public radio career spanning more than four decades and thousands of episodes. Her talk show has originated at Washington, D.C.’s WAMU and is heard by nearly 3 million people across the country weekly on NPR stations.

A low point for Rehm occurred last year during election season. Relying on fabricated Internet reports, she asked Bernie Sanders about his supposed dual American and Israeli citizenship — only he doesn’t have dual citizenship.

The Diane Rehm Show signs off the air Friday, . . . .

Millions of pro-life people will never forget Rehm helped her husband John commit suicide by choosing not to eat or drink, then agitated for “right to die” laws that would legalize assisted suicide.

. . . Rehm is now becoming a fundraiser for “Compassion & Choices,” formerly known as the Hemlock Society.

“How many hosts on taxpayer-funded talk shows will be testifying on a hot-button issue like euthanasia before Congress? How can anyone expect her to offer fairness when this issue comes to her own program? No one can imagine an NPR star testifying against abortion or against assisted suicide. They’re far too “progressive” for that,” (Tim) Grahm (Newsbusters) said. . . . Read More:

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Robert said...

Well hell, he didn't deserve French homemade bagels, Caviar and Dom Perignon at his age! (snark)

John Marshall Flora said...

Never liked her.

Aodh P O'Beachain said...

I once admired her NPR broadcasts. Goodriddance!