And how about this? “Both CBS and the White House declined to comment.”
You don’t say.
[Update a few minutes later]
If Sharyl Attkisson didn't want a virus on her computer, she should have self-quarantined against bad news about the Administration.
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) October 27, 2014
[Update a while later]
Thoughts from (lawyer) John Hindraker at Powerline:
If this were a Republican administration, every reporter in Washington would be on the story, as would various law enforcement agencies. Given that we are talking about a Democratic president, Attkisson shouldn’t expect any help. If I were she, I would hire one of the top litigation firms in Washington and look into suing appropriate federal agencies. That won’t be easy; the most obvious obstacle is that she has to have evidence that a particular agency was involved in the hacking/spying operation in order to survive a motion to dismiss, but it will be hard (maybe impossible) to get that evidence without the ability to do discovery in the lawsuit. But having her own lawsuit allows her to run her own show, and private lawyers are generally far more effective at unearthing and processing information than, say, Congressional committees.