While non-LSM outlets have been following and furthering the story of DSW and the band of Pakistani IT “specialists” she employed to manage IT systems for team dhimmocrat, the LSM continues to cover the story with a pillow in the hopes that it will soon stop moving (as IowaHawk says)… Seems I’m not alone in viewing this as a problem of the first order.
A Capitol Scandal
In Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel, The Sign of the Four, the greatest detective of all time, Sherlock Holmes, asked Dr. Watson: “How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?”
By Austin Bay, the American Spectator
An intricate mystery haunts Washington, one so complicated it boggles the investigative comprehension of the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN and similar media suspects.
So I decided to consult Sherlock Holmes. Preternaturally —
Glad you’re here, sir.
“Yes, the case of Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and her rogue aides-de-camp. We shall title this adventure ‘A Capitol Scandal,’” he said, his beady eyes gleaming and deep-set like those of a bird. “Superior to a blasé appellation like WasserGate.”
There is indeed a lot going on here and it all stinks to high heaven. If you have not been following this matter this essay by Col. Bay is an excellent catch up and does a good job of explaining the significance and stakes.
Because Debbie gave Imran, a foreign national with a sketchy background, access to highly sensitive national political information and possibly intelligence information.
Holmes rolled his eyes. “At the national level political information is intelligence information. It provides insight into decision-making. Smiley will affirm that. Awan had access to personal information about senior American leaders.” He leaned toward me and in a stage whisper said “Fodder for blackmail. It’s elementary.”
Attitudes and Intentions. As to the LSM culpability:
Here’s another continuing mystery, Sherlock. U.S. mainstream media avoid this story like Dracula avoids garlic. Yeah, we colonials don’t have royalty, only the Clintons and leftish California billionaires. But your Fleet Street tabloids would be all over this splash, especially if you’re working a blackmail angle.
“Democrat Media Privilege,” Holmes said evenly. Responding to my puzzled face, he explained. “American Democrats operate with an unrestrained presumption of media favoritism. So-called objective American media prefer to ignore Democrat wrongs, or, that tactic failing, attempt to justify the offences. It echoes The Adventure of Silver Blaze, good fellow.”
The dog did nothing in the night time.
“Yes, an echo of silence. The press lapdog that didn’t bark? In your media intense environment that makes Democrat political operatives a privileged class…Please proceed.”
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