It's been eerily quiet on the Trump-Russia collusion front. Has anybody checked to see if Charles Blow still has a pulse?
On a near-daily basis for the past five months, the national media published "bombshell" after "bombshell," incrementally building a narrative that President Trump's 2016 campaign coordinated with the Russian government and that when the feds were onto him, Trump tried to throw them off by removing James Comey as director of the FBI.
But following Comey's anti-climactic testimony earlier this month, and the testimonies of other intelligence officials, the subject is very suddenly not so juicy.
Writing in the Washington Post on Tuesday, Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor of the far-left Nation magazine, accused the media of harboring a "myopic obsession with all things Russia" that amounts to "malpractice" in journalism.
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