Jay Lehr on Hannity, Japan Nuke Crisis - Pt 1 (03-14-11)





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Published on Mar 15, 2011

Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity interviews Heartland Institute Science Director Jay Lehr about the nuclear power plant crisis in Japan. March 14, 2011. Part 1

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@nobodady1 The Heartland Institute. Who pays them? The Koch brothers. Modern Americas' most notorious gangster.
Red Herring ---- who is talking about a nuclear explosion? Only Jay Lehr, because it is the one thing he is sure will not happen. People are talking about radiation. But this Jay guy gets around. Who is paying him?
I'll pay for Jay Lehr's plane ticket to Japan so he can broadcast his reports from outside the reactor. 
FOX NEWS EX-CON ALERT!! any organization with the word "heartland' in its name should be regarded with suspicion. "heartland" is a typical code word for a rightwing group with an agenda that is aimed at actually destroying the heartland. dr. lehr served six months in a federal prison for "creative financing." he got the six month sentence after his lawyers negotiated a plea bargain. i wonder was his original sentence would have been. he's a paid propagandist & and an ex-con. 'nough said!
Steven Maerz
Gee, I wonder why I only see Jay Lehr on Fox? Every network you turn on is trying to keep the public informed about this disaster, except at Fox where they are too busy defending the nuclear industry. Now that things are really coming apart, Jay Lehr suddenly shuts up. Irresponsible, arrogant sellout.
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