The blog Fire Andrea Mitchell has connected some very interesting dots.
In response to “the most egregious breach of intelligence in anybody’s memory,” Attorney General Eric Holder appointed two attorneys to investigate who was leaking such high level intel.
Here’s the rub: one of the investigators has given thousands to Obama campaigns:
…one of the two attorneys appointed by Holder last week has an interesting connection to Obama. It seems that Ronald Machen (one of the attorneys appointed) has donated $4,350 to Obama’s various campaigns over the years. Think there might be a bit of a conflict of interest here? Ronald Manchen also happens to be the Obama appointed U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia.
How can someone who has donated over $4,000 to various Obama campaigns even be considered?
Because they aren’t trying to find anything in the first place. Can you even give Holder the benefit of the doubt when he pulls something like this?