Now the World Knows, Novak Got Plame's Name from Joe Wilson
Now that the case is over, Robert Novak spilled the beans in his column today on the Joe Wilson Scandal:
Following my interview with the primary source, I sought out the second administration official and the CIA spokesman for confirmation. I learned Valerie Plame’s name from Joe Wilson’s entry in “Who’s Who in America.”
I considered his wife’s role in initiating Wilson’s mission, later confirmed by the Senate Intelligence Committee, to be a previously undisclosed part of an important news story. I reported it on that basis.
To keep things simple, Wizbang has the easy to follow talking points on the Joe Wilson scandal and the significance of today’s article by Novak.
And, as Wizbang previously reported, here is the entry from Who’s Who…
“Copyright (c) 2002 by Reed Elsevier, Inc.”
So, it looks like, what started with Joe…
Ends with Joe.
As Charles Johnson said… “Those tiny popping sounds you hear are thousands of moonbat heads exploding.”
So, with this news today, will this be the last we hear from the ultra-liberal Joe Wilson?
I doubt it.