I have a challenge for everyone who was crying out for impeachment, for arrests, for “Carl Rove being frog-marched in handcuffs” over the exposure of Valerie Plame, wife of Ambassador Joseph Wilson, as a CIA analyst.
I challenge you to show one-tenth of that passion about the exposure of Mohammed Naeem Noor Khan, the turned Al Qaeda operative. This was the first EVER high-level penetration we’ve ever made of the people who killed thousands on 9/11, blew up two of our embassies in Africa, nearly sank one of our warships, bombed the World Trade Center in 1993, and have killed hundreds of Americans in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Come on, people. Let’s talk about hauling New York Times reporters before judges. They have literally “given aid and comfort to the enemy in time of war.” I want to see whoever leaked Khan’s name frog-marched to face charges of high treason. The exposure of Khan did a hell of a lot more damage than that of Plame.