Now The New York Times is Worried About Press Freedom
After months of trashing Julian Assange as a Russian operative—without any evidence, of course—The New York Times is now worried it might find itself in the crosshairs of the state.
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The Department of Justice just declared war––not on Wikileaks, but on journalism itself. This is no longer about Julian Assange: This case will decide the future of media. https://t.co/a5WHmTCDpg
— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) May 23, 2019
The NYT and Judith Miller are infamous for the role they played in passing off neocon lies (aluminum tubes, nukes, and al-Qaeda) resulting in the murder of a million or more people in Iraq.
I don’t think they really have to worry about their journalists going to prison for revealing government secrets. The NYT no longer does investigative journalism. It expects the truth-tellers like Julian Assange to take the heat.
The destruction of independent journalism will not bother the NYT in the least. It is a valued propaganda conduit for the state.
Article posted with permission from Kurt Nimmo.