Conservative undercover filmmaker James OKeefe strikes again The filmmaker released video this morning of NPR senior executive Ron Schiller trashing Conservatives, Tea Partiers, and Christians in a staged meeting with fake Muslim Brotherhood members. Talk about good timing and irony: Just yesterday NPR CEO Vivian Schiller proclaimed that NPR had no particular bias. From the video: Senior Executives at NPR meet with Muslim Brotherhood Front Group to solicit $5 million and discuss their federal funding, Fanatical Christians, Zionists in the media, Tea Partiers, Republicans, Uneducated Americans, and Juan Williams. The Daily Caller reported on the tapes this morning: A man who appears to be a National Public Radio senior executive, Ron Schiller, has been captured on camera savaging conservatives and the Tea Party movement. The current Republican Party, particularly the Tea Party, is fanatically involved in peoples personal lives and very fundamental Christian I wouldnt even call it Christian. Its this weird evangelical kind of move, declared Schiller, who runs NPRs foundation. In a new video released Tuesday morning by conservative filmmaker James OKeefe, Schiller and Betsy Liley, NPRs director of institutional giving, are seen meeting with two men who, unbeknownst to the NPR executives, are posing as members of a Muslim Brotherhood front group. The men, who identified themselves as Ibrahim Kasaam and Amir Malik from the fictitious Muslim Education Action Center (MEAC) Trust, met with Schiller and Liley at Café Milano, a well-known Georgetown restaurant, and explained their desire to give to $5 million to NPR because, the Zionist coverage is quite substantial elsewhere. On the tapes, Schiller wastes little time before attacking conservatives. The Republican Party, Schiller says, has been hijacked by this group. The man posing as Malik finishes the sentence by adding, the radical, racist, Islamaphobic, Tea Party people. Schiller agrees and intensifies the criticism, saying that the Tea Party people arent just Islamaphobic, but really xenophobic, I mean basically they are, they believe in sort of white, middle-America gun-toting. I mean, its scary. Theyre seriously racist, racist people.