Woodward, Mitchell and Tucker's CIA investigation scam!

11/30/2005 01:00 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Right around the time Patrick Fitzgerald indicted Scooter Libby-Bob Woodward, Andrea Mitchell and Tucker Carlson have all been saying that the CIA made an investigation to see if the Valerie Plame leak caused any damage.

Andrea Mitchell:

"I happen to have been told that the actual damage assessment as to whether people were put in jeopardy on this case did not indicate that there was real damage in this specific instance."

Bob Woodward:

"They did a damage assessment within the CIA, looking at what this did that [former ambassador] Joe Wilson's wife [Plame] was outed. And turned out it was quite minimal damage."

Tucker Carlson:

" And if you're going to make all this noise about the Valerie Plame leak being damaging to national security and, incidentally, there is evidence that it wasn't-the CIA in fact did an internal assessment of the damage done and found not very much at all."

WTF? I mean really, what the hell are these people talking about? Didn't they read in the Washington Post that the CIA never did an investigation? I understand that you guys are carrying so much water for the administration that you need an oxygen tank to breath, but give me a break. Is Karl Rove still sending you messages through the fillings in your teeth?

There's a saying that goes something like this: " Your bottom ends when you stop digging." Each time Mitchell talks about her role in the Plame case, she falls back in deeper and heaven only knows when she'll see the light of day. The old schools have been made to look like old fools and I wonder when they'll start to find a conscience.

(See the video clips of the offending journalists here).