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I assumed it was a mistake when I first read it. But Hot Air’s Ed Morrissey is correct: The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the Washington Post haven’t published a single word yet about the spy China had for more than a decade in Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s California office.

Morrissey checked the Times’ website and found nothing. He also checked the Post’s and the L.A. Times’: nothing.

The article goes on to state the following:

I did a separate search and came up with the same results: nothing.

You know what I did find plenty of on these websites, though? Stories about President Trump and Russian “collusion.” “Colbert Jabs Trump for Saying, ‘Collusion Is Not a Crime,’” the New York Times reported on Aug. 1. The Post published an op-ed that same day titled, “Trump says collusion isn’t a crime. He’s right. It’s actually many crimes.”

“It doesn’t matter if collusion is a crime. All that matters is how the House reacts,” the L.A. Times said separately in an op-ed of its own.

It goes on and on like that for quite some time.

Politico, which first shed light on the issue on July 27, reported that the 20-year staffer was entrusted with a lot more than just menial office work.

As well as being Feinstein’s driver, the former staffer was also “a liaison to the local Chinese community,” the report noted, adding that the spy, who reportedly never held a security clearance, “was ‘run’ by officials based at China’s San Francisco Consulate.”

The New York Post’s Paul Sperry reported also that the staffer “ even attended consulate functions for the senator.”

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