I still think Benghazi is the big story and all these other things coming out have interesting timing. How do we know DOJ was tapping phones to investigate a “leak” about something in Yemen? Maybe it was to shut down Benghazi leakers....the DOJ is so corrupt that not one word from that dept is trusted by me.
What I don’t get is why would the DOJ go after a news agency that possibly received the leak instead of going after the government employees who leaked the information to the news agency/agencies? Are they just trying to blame someone outside the gov’t?
Agreed. I'll build on it and suggest that the one that's going to be the big wake-up call for the media is the DOJ tapping the AP's phones. That's the first time Dear Leader has sh*t directly in the fawning press's soup, and they aren't going to like that dish at all.
Yes. See my post below yours.
“How do we know DOJ was tapping phones to investigate a leak about something in Yemen?”
of course we don’t, and this administration never lies. i think the DOJ needed to insert this caveat in order to protect themselves from one of the points in the articles of impeachment for Richard Nixon; whereby, using a gov’t agency to tap phones is exculpatory when it involves national security interests.