RTWT, but start with WM’s introduction:
The following was submitted to his usual outlet, the Wall Street Journal, by David “Bo” Bolgiano, who is fondly remembered in the special operations world as one of “our” staff judge advocates who put mission first, men next, and let the career chips fall where they may.
The Journal, whose newsroom is “all in” for Hillary (after all, she’s the candidate of Goldman Sachs) even as the editorial page tries to split the baby, not only didn’t accept the op-ed, but they didn’t reject it, either. They didn’t even reply. For the act of lèse-majesté that this op-ed represents, they broke communication with an established contributor. As a private business, that is their prerogative, but it is ours to draw inferences from it. Having received the text of Bo’s submission from a mutual friend, we resolved to push it out to you.
We haven’t got the reach of the Wall Street Journal, but we’ll use what we have to get Bo’s message out. It may help civilian readers understand why cleared military and government workers are so wound up about the Hillary’s Shadow Server imbroglio, and the failure of the FBI and DOJ to act with integrity and consistency in this case. -Ed.