The EU

Google says the EU requires a notice of cookie use (by Google) and says they have posted a notice. I don't see it. If cookies bother you, go elsewhere. If the EU bothers you, emigrate. If you live outside the EU, don't go there.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Obscuring the Situation

For John, BLUFDo you realize when you have passed the event horizon when traveling into or out of our Nation's Capitol?  Nothing to see here; just move along.

Reporter Richard Pollock, yesterday evening, writing at The Daily Caller. Here is how the story begins:
The Washington Post editors refuse to publicly release the smoking gun “anonymous letter” that serves as the foundation of their sensational charge that White House advisor Jared Kushner sought a secret, back-channel to Russian officials.

The “anonymous letter” was part of a front-page article claiming the president’s son-in-law sought to set up a private communications channel to Russian officials during a discussion with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.  The piece was published Sunday and received high profile coverage throughout the long Memorial Day weekend.

“The Post was first alerted in mid-December to the meeting by an anonymous letter, which said, among other things, that Kushner had talked to Kislyak about setting up the communications channel,” the article’s three authors stated.

WaPo also claimed American intelligence agencies discovered the ploy through an intercepted open phone call by Kislyak to Moscow.  Observers have noted that Kislyak, a seasoned spy, made the phone call on an “open line,” and therefore knew it was likely to be intercepted.

To date, there has been no independent verification the letter is real or that WaPo’s description of its contents is accurate.  The Washington Post editors also never explain why they withheld the letter.

I feel like I am living in some noir movie.  I grant you there are some democrats who think the "Russians Hacked the election", and some who are just malicious, and that there are Republicans who are "Never Trumpers", and some who are just plain stupid.  But, are there no adults in DC?

And why not have Mr Carter Page show up and testify?  Apparently the Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee don't wish to hear from him.

Hat tip to the InstaPundit.

Regards  —  Cliff

No comments: