An under-discussed phenomenon: those who most aggressively block transparency for themselves are often journalists https://t.co/dpLIaZ2zve pic.twitter.com/O4n3tCkBk1— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) November 26, 2016
I was going to respond, but awhile ago Mr. Greenwald grew tired of me pointing out that sometimes he is not entirely honest with his readers, and sometimes he can be a colossal hypocrite.
At this point it's really just damn funny. After all, I have no byline anywhere and I never will, nor do I have a billion-dollar sugar daddy underwriting my enterprise. I am no one of importance, and the periodic slapfights being had between Mr. Greenwald and those of his critics he dare not block are taking place on mountaintops so far about my pay-grade that I can barely see them from here.
But the peanut gallery is still for everyone, and the petty, pissy nonsense with which Mr. Greenwald cheapens his reportage continues to be a source of inexpensive and entertaining theater for those of us who will live and die there.