Friday, May 24, 2024

NPR Publishes Tips for Americans ‘Stressed’ from Reading about Ukraine

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(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Andee Tagle, reporter for NPR, has published an article to help people who are stressed by news of the Ukraine invasion, in another example of government-funded media wasting tax dollars and covering for the Biden administration.

“Even after weeks of bracing for an attack amid speculation, global tensions and diplomatic attempts to stave off invasion, the reality of conflict is always a shock to the system,” the article reads.

“What we have to offer you is the simple truth that sometimes when you don’t have all the answers, it’s OK to look for what you can control and seek comfort where you can.”

Tagle continued with 5 tips to “de-stress:” breathe, get moving, nourish yourself, stay connected, and sign off.

The article is accompanied by a comic, brought to you by public funds.

Steven Crowder, host of Louder with Crowder, had several thoughts on this:

“The list is hilariously mundane and made all the funnier because leftists required such a list to soothe their fears and stress over something they themselves aren’t experiencing,” he said.

“This is why I’m not afraid of a civil war with these people,” Crowder said. “Could you imagine any of them actually having to fight? Neither can I.”

Twitter users also weighed in:

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