“Look at the Cooper e-mail,” Luskin continues. “Karl speaks to him on double super secret background…I don’t think that you can read that e-mail and conclude that what Karl was trying to do was to get Cooper to publish the name of Wilson’s wife.”
Good thing for Karl that the Intelligence Identities and Protection Act has a “double super secret background” clause. It’s right between the sections concerning “my fingers were crossed” and “just kidding”. I just hope Ruben Bolling is getting a commision from this schmuck.