Media Called it 'Spying' in 2018, So Why the Faux Outrage?

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Cable news talking heads suffered a collective conniption on Wednesday at Attorney General William Barr’s continued use of the word “spying” to describe the Obama FBI’s 2016 surveillance of Trump campaign officials. Yet many of those melting down over this so-called “loaded language” had previously used that same term (repeatedly) in reference to the FBI’s surveillance of former Trump campaign official Carter Page.

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