I set out to be a tech writer, then an Internet writer.
Then the war came to the Internet and here I am.
The Internet is where today’s conflict is centered. Donald Trump was elected through cyber abuse, an attack based in Russia and embraced by his Republican Party. Getting rid of him requires that the Cyber War be won.
I’m no Ernie Pyle . I was once told Ernie did a profile on a distant relative, a cop who was killed in the line of duty, in Washington D.C., in 1940. The column called him “Eddie Comiskey,” but his given name was Korzeniewski. This was my great-grandmother O’Donnell’s maiden name.
No. I’m one of those idiots back of the line, sitting in a tent or a Quonset hut, waiting for the generals to lie to us. But I have some sources. And I have some background. So, I’m going to tell you what I can.
Winning a war like this requires that we understand where the enemy’s sources of domestic support may lie. Donald Trump today has a few core areas of real support (as opposed to Russian bots). For fun, I’m going to call them Freds, Danas and Tillies: