I was unaware that MSNBC had a policy of hiring virgins:
Transcript of the relevant bit from MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, trying to lemonade the James Rosen raid:
Here’s the other wrinkle to this; and the other shoe to drop on this, is the Stuxnet leak investigation. A big story in the New York Times about this triumphant thing that the administration did. It was this incredible virus that took out the nuclear program. It’s an incredible story, David Sanger in Iran. It is very clear that information was classified and it is very, very clear from the articles that it was leaked by senior administration officials. There’s just no way it wasn’t.
So the question is, okay, fair’s fair: if you’re going to go after some low-lying guy in the State Department for leaking something, then you should be going after whoever the senior administration officials are. And the other shoe to drop in all this is there is no way in my humble opinion that the New York Times was not subject to the same kinds of warrants. We haven’t seen them yet. But I would bet they’re going to come out.
…AHAHAHA. :wiping eyes: Oh, my. Oh my, oh my, oh my. Really, it’s best to think of MSBNC as being some sort of demented nature preserve: not a true ecosystem, but at least you can see rare critters that simply cannot survive in the wild…
PS: No, Chris. There was no internal investigation of the Stuxnet leak.