In other news, the Office of Congressional Ethics is investigating Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) for steering fellow members of Congress and other investors toward biotech stock of which he is the majority owner. You know, the attorney general of Texas has been indicted for doing almost exactly this.
Meanwhile, Pro Publica scouted several Trump properties including the Mar-a-Lago resort and found that most of them have no network security to speak of and even the ones that do have poor security that could easily be hacked.
This is “bad, very bad,” said Jeremiah Grossman, chief of Security Strategy for cybersecurity firm SentinelOne, when we described Mar-a-Lago’s systems. “I’d assume the data is already stolen and systems compromised.”
The Cyber is so big.
Finally, the State Department is allegedly denying visas to men fleeing Chechnya's anti-gay "unofficial prison" where men are being tortured and killed on the mere suspicion that they might be gay. The journalist who first reported the existence of the anti-gay concentration camp has fled Russia.