"Underneath the half-truths and outright lies is a fairly simple tale of two people who met in Baghdad, fell in love, got engaged and later married," huffs 'reporter' Gina Chon.
Half-truths and outright lies are all that woman has to her name.
She was supposed to be a reporter for the "Wall St. Journal." They sent her to Baghdad to cover the Iraq War. It was 2008 and she was married but she had to get off, she really had to get off. So she hooked up with U.S. official Brett McGurk and began f___ing. He was her source. She let him read her reports and make changes before she submitted them.
She managed to keep that a secret. Even after she got back to the U.S. Even after she divorced her husband and hooked up with McGurk who was no longer a government employee.
Last week, her nasty e-mails became public.
The paper learned what a liar she was. That is when her "half-truths and outright lies" were exposed. That's when the paper told her she could announce she was leaving or they'd fire her.
Now she shows up to whine about how unfairly she's being treated.
She needs to buy a clue. Someone needs to tell her, "Hon, your bread ain't done."
She disgraced journalism.
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):