Plus: Would the DNC used leaked Trump tax returns? Er …
“Depends on the stolen material.”
DoJ announces new indictments against 9 Iranians.
“… never denied perfectly legal back channel to Assange …”
Or was it the transition?
The word eventually leaks out…
“A former law enforcement official with first-hand knowledge of Rich’s laptop said the claim was incorrect.”
Family: No, we’re not buying it.
Huge, if true
“Obama is flat out of time to remedy his eight-years of failure to contain Russia.”
“These actions are not the sum total of our response to Russia’s aggressive activities.”
“The administration is still finalizing the details…”
Motives and more motives
“This is an attack against our country.”
Let’s not get too carried away here
“Administration officials were sure Trump would lose in November…”
“I do not see any benefit in opening further investigations…”
“He has let the country down for partisan purposes…”
“Nobody is impressed.”
“…the hackers forgot to set two of their Bitly accounts to ‘private.'”
“…he will consider a response that is proportional.”
Can you hear me now?
“Putin’s real objective here, the best we can tell at this point, is…to discredit the very concept of Western democracy.”
“Investigators so far believe that Russian intelligence is likely behind the attacks…”
“…Russian security services have been known to doctor documents and images or bury fictitious, damaging details amid genuine information.”
That’s a Bozo No-No
“…the cell phone numbers and private e-mail addresses of nearly every Democratic member of the House of Representatives.”
“American intelligence agencies have virtually no doubt that the Russian government was behind the theft…”
“some are attempting to politicize this horrible tragedy…”
“…I wish them continued success in the next chapter of their career.”
“Projecting undesirable feelings or emotions onto someone else, rather than admitting to or dealing with the unwanted feelings.”
Immediately suspicious of cooperation
Politicians say one thing, analysts something else.
Calls on Congress to be loyal to the Constitution.