Follow the Trail Further
OK, it is obvious some DC lobby shop was behind this. But if some enterprising reporter could find out which shop, and then tie AT&T to this directly, maybe, just maybe this could blow up the way the comcast-seat filler scandal did.
These clowns need to be publicly shamed.
It starts to get very difficult to. These groups operate almost like intelligence organizations and keep a tight lid on things.
My guess is that these letters are either the product of The LawMedia Group or Sam Simon's Amplify Public Affairs, but it's not like these guys leave a clean paper trail, and given that K-Street disinformation is such a big business, there's likely other companies who do this stuff who are even more secretive.
That's not to say I'm not still looking.
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|reply to Bill Dollar |
said by Bill Dollar:I'll bet if you asked 100 Americans on the street about the Comcast "Seat Filler" scandal, they'd say....
just maybe this could blow up the way the comcast-seat filler scandal did.
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