Friday, July 15, 2005

Rove's "Testimony" Smells

I just cited an AP story, in which KKKarl Rove fingered Bob Novak as his source on Valerie Plame's covert CIA status (Scroll down this page).


It turns out that Rove was Novak's second source, and Rove actually CONFIRMED Plame's identity for Novak.

After hearing from Novak about Plame, according to this source, Rove told the columnist: "I heard that, too." The Novak column appeared six days later.

The conversation with Novak took place three days before Rove chatted with Time magazine'’s Matthew Cooper about the wife of former Ambassador Joseph Wilson. --snip--

Novak wrote then that a first inside official gave him the tip on Plame and a second source confirmed that. That second source was Rove, the Times says.

So much for Rove's "I heard it through the Novakline" defense.

"I heard that, too."

From whom, KKKarl?

Who's your treasonous buddy?

Pass the popcorn, folks.

The plot thickens.

By the way, file this under


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