NYT's Paul Krugman: 'The Deep State Contains Some Really Impressive, Principled People'Chris Menahan
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The New York Times has gone from insisting the deep state "doesn't exist" to admitting it's real but insisting it's totally awesome.
"One side lesson from this inquiry is that the Deep State contains some really impressive, principled people," NYT columnist Paul Krugman said Thursday on Twitter. "Which is why Trump hates it so much."
The Times ran an article in October saying "the deep state is alive and well" and here to "rescue the Republic" from Trump.
Two years earlier, they ran an article saying Trump was fighting a deep state "that doesn't exist."
We're supposed to be delighted that we have a thoroughly unimpressive shadow government ensuring the prog-globalist agenda marches on unimpeded no matter who we vote into office.
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