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Correspondent Dina Temple-Raston claimed that April is a good month for conservatives to attack fellow Americans because, among other things, Hitler’s birthday falls on April 20.“April is a big month for anti-government and right-wing individuals,” she said.“There’s the Columbine anniversary. There’s Hitler’s birthday. There’s the Oklahoma City bombing. The assault on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco,” she added.Before linking conservatives to the bombing and Hitler’s birthday, Temple-Raston admitted that authorities have no “smoking gun.”“Raston went on to explain that the FBI is comparing the Boston attack to the 1996 Olympic bombings in Atlanta due to similarities between the explosive devices,” Revealing Politics added.NPR: Hitler’s birthday “big” for the rightNPR: Hitler’s birthday “big” for the rightHitler, however, was a socialist, despite NPR’s attempt to link conservatives to the German dictator.“That long-knife you just felt eased into your back came courtesy of the oh-so precious dulcet tones that emanate from NPR correspondent Dina Temple-Raston — which makes sense. After all, don’t most serial-smearers have three names?” John Nolte wrote at Breitbart.com.A post at Weasel Zippers called it a “[t]axpayer-funded smear job.” NPR is funded, in part, by taxpayer dollars.Since Monday’s bombings, liberals have attempted to link conservatives and the Tea Party to the attack despite the absence of any evidence.
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