“Not a single British media outlet will work in our country if they shut down Russia Today”
“…unlike Flynn, she was not paid to attend the dinner”
“credentials may not be issued to any applicant employed by any ‘foreign government or representative thereof'”
“…the demand is discriminative, it contradicts both the democracy and freedom of speech principles.”
“posts from Russia’s Internet Research Agency were a tiny fraction of content on Facebook, equal to one out of 23,000 posts.”
Bolts, barn doors, and the Captain Louis Renault moment.
“the apparent goal of the Russian buyers was to amplify political discord…not necessarily to promote one candidate or cause over another.”
Part of Mueller probe?
“Flynn told security clearance investigators that he was paid by ‘U.S. companies’ when he traveled to Moscow”
“…we are operating under the assumption it was an internal routing issue.”
“Nobody said it was going to be on Russian TV”?
“I’m spread pretty thin”
Look for the union label
A brief respite from the clown show.
“I don’t know, as a journalist, how you can go to sleep at night.”
Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi: “A death-blow for the reputation of the American news media.”
“[H]e is not a neutral observer and is not in a position to make objective determinations about the report.”
Glad it was done.