Keep an eye on how much time the MSM spends with Tice. If the MSM should keep its distance from him it's because he's behaved in VERY odd fashion and they don't dare put him in front of the camera for extended periods of time for fear of what he might say and how it would make them look.
````In April 2003, Tice sent an e-mail to the DIA agent handling his suspicions about a co-worker being a Chinese spy. He was prompted to do so by a news report about two FBI agents who were arrested for giving classified information to a Chinese double agent.~~
Nice story, isn't it?
It's NOT true; he did send an email about a co-worker, saying that she MIGHT be a spy; his proof?
he THOUGHT her mother was a spy.
After that got knocked down, he did it AGAIN; that's when he got the psych test.
That is THE story.
Carefully parse what this guy is saying; he's not saying ANYTHING; he's got nothing except a bunch of "mights" and "what if's"
Tonight on Hardball, he actually said he's going to see the judiciary committee tomorrow to -- and this is almos t an exact quote "press the flesh and meet and greet" -- or something very close to that.
btw, this guy did NOT work on any kind of intercept or wiretapping; he's talking about stuff he had NO access to.
"In April 2003, Tice sent an e-mail to the DIA agent handling his suspicions about a co-worker being a Chinese spy. He was prompted to do so by a news report about two FBI agents who were arrested for giving classified information to a Chinese double agent.
"At the time, I sent an e-mail to Mr. James (the person at DIA handling his complaint) questioning the competence of counterintelligence at FBI," Tice wrote in a document submitted to the Inspector General. In the e-mail, he mentioned that he suspected that he was the subject of electronic monitoring."
Note that not only does Tice report his suspicions about his co-worker being a Chinese agent, he also sends another e-mail questioning the competence of counterintelligence at the FBI, and also says he suspects he is the subject of electonic monitoring. So three episodes of paranoia: 1) co-worker is a Chinese spy; 2) incompetence of FBI; and 3) he's being electronically monitored. It's the he's being electronically monitored part that gives him away. Thank goodness they got him out of there before he became a real danger. Although he still was one by spilling the beans about the NSA wiretapping program. Lock him up before he does more damage.