Incompetence

“A grave risk”: As Trump remains silent, massive cyberhack increasingly looks like act of war
“We still don’t know the bottom of the well.”

I laughed at this part: "Damage assessment could take months."

The unstated assumption is that they actually have the ability to assess the damage.

They don't.

They will never truly know what information silently flowed out the door while they were completely unaware.

This was allowed to happen by the bureaucrats we're supposed to believe have massive competence to run things. Credentialed technocrats who work for the government are supposed to be more competent than the rubes in flyover country.

They're not. Small business owners live with the real-world consequences of their failures. Government bureaucrats pay no personal price for their failures. Often they're promoted.

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Keith Lowery

Follower of Christ. Husband. Father. Grandfather. Maker. Consumer of Data. Reader of Books. Writer of Code. Against the Darkness. For the Light.


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