The Washington Post buried the lead on its story about Sessions and the Russians

Talk about click bait. Like I said, the article completely disproves the headline. But publications know that most people will not read past the headline. If they do, they may not make it very far, so go ahead and bury the lede.

Which is exactly what The Washington Post did four paragraphs down.

Read the question again:
The Post appears to be playing to the left's tune in a desperate attempt to overturn the election and sabotage the Trump administration.  This does not look like a good faith effort.


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