If you thought journalists were shameless before the “collusion” narrative crumbled, brace yourselves, because apparently that was nothing. Get a load of this B.S. from the Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan:

Here’s a taste of that “reckoning”:

I reckon that American citizens would have been far worse off if skilled reporters hadn’t dug into the connections between Trump’s associates — up to and including his son Don Jr. — and Russians. That reporting has not been invalidated.

I reckon that the felonious lying to the public about a proposed Trump Tower in Moscow remains a scandal — and that we know about this in large part because journalists were doing their jobs aggressively.

I reckon that the hard-nosed reporting about former national security adviser Michael T. Flynn — roundly denied, you might recall, before it was proved — was an early sign of the venality that was to follow.

I reckon that reporting by The Washington Post, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, BuzzFeed, CNN, Bloomberg News, the Daily Beast, Mother Jones, ProPublica and others drove forward a national conversation that needed to happen. As Americans saw with their own eyes Trump’s bizarre efforts to ingratiate himself with Russian President Vladi­mir Putin, that reporting mattered and provided context.

Sullivan goes on to say that, contra what we know about the Mueller probe’s findings, the collusion narrative is “far from over.” Just in case it wasn’t already clear to you that she’s not playing with a full deck.

Right? No kidding.

How can Margaret Sullivan be a Guardian of Truth when she can’t even face it?