Keller: 'If You're Under The Impression That The Press Is Neutral', 'That Couldn't Be More Wrong'

July 2nd, 2006 1:10 PM
New York Times

executive editor Bill Keller appeared on CBS' Face the Nation to defend his treasonous decision to publish information about the SWIFT program, which tracked terrorists' banking accounts. (Video available at Expose the Left)

Keller attempted to play the sympathy card saying the public doesn't know when the NY Times DOES NOT publish sensitive information. If that wasn't disgusting enough, Keller continued his defense and summed up the leak as "one man's breach of security is another man's public relations."

As if that wasn't disgusting enough; Keller continues to amaze us when he is asked for his closing thoughts about the incident as we begin to celebrate Independence Day:

BILL KELLER: If you're under the impression that the press is neutral in this War on Terror, that we're agnostic, and you could get that impression from some of the criticism, that couldn't be more wrong.