Amazingly, Truthout.org still believes Rove was indicted.
The facts appear to have been accurate. We reported them, and in so doing, apparently became an instrument. From all indications, our reports, first on May 13 that Rove had been indicted, and then on June 12 when we published case number “06 cr 128,” forced Rove and Luskin back to the table with Fitzgerald, not once but twice. They apparently sought to avoid public disclosure and were prepared to do what they had to do to avoid it.
How’s that for arrogance? Marc Ash and Jason Leopold believe their “reporting” was so effective, so chilling, and so obviously accurate, that Karl Rove and lawyer Robert Luskin had no choice but to capitulate to Fitzgerald’s demands. So, what did Rove have to do?
Wait for it.
He had to ‘out’ Cheney.
Our sources provided us with additional detail, saying that Fitzgerald is apparently examining closely Dick Cheney’s role in the Valerie Plame matter, and apparently sought information and evidence from Karl Rove that would provide documentation of Cheney’s involvement. Rove apparently was reluctant to cooperate and Fitzgerald, it appears, was pressuring him to do so, our sources told us.
Incredible, isn’t it? Apparently, Ash and Leopold aren’t content with merely shooting each other with a bullet to the fleshy part of their respective thighs. No. They empty the freakin’ magazine on themselves.
Brilliant! Bravo! ENCORE!! ENCORE!! I can’t wait for the next episode.