Hewitt on NY Times

In what I think is his first ever (not positive on this) column on Townhall, Hugh Hewitt goes after the “Times Two”:

For the first time in American history, major media outlets have published classified information that they have been warned will directly assist our enemies. They did so having concluded –on a basis undisclosed to the public—that the dangers were either overstated or non-existent.There is no stopping such recklessness except by locating the oath-breaking criminals who betray secrets.

But there is no honor in endangering Americans, and no pose of world-weary knowledge will dress up scribblers as sages, or perfume their low deeds with any thing except the odor of spoiled goods.

UPDATE: It’s his second column of many more to come since the Salem-Townhall merger.

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