For John, BLUF: It reminds me of the quip from Baseball Manager Casey Stengel, "Can't anybody here play this game?". Nothing to see here; just move along.
Here is the sub-headline:
Amid the chaos of James Comey's firing, new questions about the timeline of his fateful investigationThis is from Rolling Stone, by Mr Matt Taibbi.
Here is a prescient quote:
But it's our job in the media to be bothered by little details, and the strange timeline of the Trump-Russia investigation qualifies as a conspicuous loose end.And here are the last two paragraphs:
We should care. The uncertainty has led to widespread public terror, mass media hysteria and excess, and possibly even panic in the White House itself, where, who knows, Trump may even have risked military confrontation with Russia in an effort to shake the collusion accusations. All of this is exacerbated by the constant stream of leaks and hints at mother lodes of evidence that are just around the corner. It's quite literally driving the country crazy.Reporter Taibbi has an itch, and well he should.
The public deserves to know what's going on. It deserved to know before the election, it deserved to know before the inauguration, and it deserves to know now.
Hat tip to The Drudge Report.
Regards — Cliff