Former CIA deputy director Mike Morrell, now a senior security adviser to CBS, said in a Saturday interview what many were already suspecting: that the WikiLeaks document dump was an inside job.
While assuring the American public that no, the CIA is not out to spy on you (I report, you decide), he questioned how leaking could have possibly happened:
WikiLeaks may have embarrassed the CIA, but its leader Julian Assange is such a conscientious guy that he’s going to help show tech firms how they can protect themselves from hacking.
What a swell gent!
Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse doesn’t think so.