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NYT should be ashamed of itself. The readers know a shit piece when they see it and they make it known in no uncertain terms.

Here's a recent interview with John Le Carré at Writers & Company where he discusses the backdrop (Deep State, as he calls it) and the strangling effect it has on civil and democratic society. He is alarmed and so should we be.

Update: Glen Greenwald covers the NYT piece

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