It’s official: Treason is cool and traitors are acceptable sources for journalists. The Pulitzer Prize says so.
In giving the 2014 Public Service award to The Washington Post and The Guardian for publishing stories based on Edward Snowden’s stolen documents, the Pulitzer judges gave their stamp of approval to news organizations that cooperate with criminals and compromise national security. No doubt the lesson will trickle down to scoop-hungry young journalists that they should cultivate people willing to betray America.
The paladins of the tyrannical American Security State are just spit-spraying hysterical about the illegal, unconstitutional, and authoritarian doings of their spies being exposed, aren’t they?
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