[This is the appended transcript of my regular KVMR commentary broadcast on 22 March 2017.]
This week FBI Director James Comey testified before Congress about ongoing investigations concerning Russia influencing last year’s election, and the alleged ‘wiretapping’ of Trump’s campaign. There were a lot of questions to ask about what happened, and almost all questions focused on who did what when. Most of these questions missed the mark because they presupposed activities involving a surveillance system whose overall complexity and operating parameters were not established. Were these known, then they would have given rise to more cogent and revealing questions about who could have done what when. Here’s what I would have asked first.