On his best days, Atlantic blogger Daniel Indiviglio is a lousy financial news reporter and commentator. Today, he out did himself by jumping the gun when "reporting" on a SEC litigation announcement that "Kenneth Starr" has been charged with running a Ponzi scheme:
Somewhere, Bill Clinton is smiling. One-time special prosecutor who uncovered the dirty details of the former President's affair with intern Monica Lewinsky has been engaged in some bad behavior of his own, according to the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission.
Moron. It's hard to disagree with the commenter who opined that:
Notice how glib an airheaded Daniel Indiviglio was when he had to admit his defamation-by-stupidity.
Or the one who observed that:
Next time, try using Google before accusing the wrong guy of committing fraud.
It would seem like the bare minimum.