Peak 2018: NY Times, Washington Post win Pulitzer Prizes for stories that are POSSIBLY true

The “Trump/Russia collusion” narrative has become so ingrained among the Hillary Clinton excuse-spreaders in the media that even unproven angles based on the liberal speculation are enough for Pulitzer Prizes these days:

Reporting “possible ties” gets NYT/WaPo Pulitzers — Reporting ACTUAL ties such as, say, the reporter who busted Loretta Lynch meeting with Bill Clinton on an airport tarmac, remains frowned-upon.

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