Arthur Sulzberger, the scion of a democratic and progressive oligarchy which controls the New York Times, is outraged.
“Accusing the New York Times of ‘Treason,’ Trump Crosses a Line,” he writes in a Wall Street Journal op-ed. “The Founders considered it the gravest of crimes. Tossing the charge around is irresponsible and wrong.”
Because the New York Times really cares about what the people it considers racist dead white slave owners really thought.
But I agree.
“Tossing the charge around is irresponsible and wrong.”
And the New York Times does it every other day because that has made its otherwise bankrupt shambles of a paper quite profitable. The constant accusations of collusion are treason accusations.
The Times tosses them around for money and power.
They do cross a line. Sadly, the media blew through that line faster than Assad went through Obama’s red line. It has no cause to whine when it gets a little of its own back in rhetoric about “enemy of the people” and “treason”.