Juxtaposition II

Merriam-Webster defines juxtaposition as the act or an instance of placing two or more things side by side; also: the state of being so placed.

Last year the left wing media decried WikiLeak’s release of the Democratic Party’s “stolen” emails. Now they applaud the New York Times printing the transcripts of conversations between General Flynn and the Russian ambassador. What, if any, laws were violated to obtain the emails remains in dispute. But, there is no doubt that releasing intelligence intercepts is a serious felony.

Hypocrisy? Or something more sinister.