NPR, CBS, AP slamming Shinzo Abe is latest example of outlets bashing dead conservatives
On occasion, the media has knocked conservative figures following their deaths in tweets and articles announcing news of their passing.
Early Friday morning, former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe died in the hospital after being shot during a campaign speech. NPR tweeted out news of his death, labeling him a "divisive arch-conservative" and one of Japan’s "most powerful and influence figures."
In the attached piece, NPR went on to say that Abe’s "ultra-nationalism" riled Koreans and the Chinese, and noted that he failed to resolve issues of Japanese citizens abducted by North Korea. NPR...