Patrick Byrne I am a concerned citizen who has been hunting the oligarchy since 2004 and the Deep State since 2006.

CNBC, My Celebrated SEC Subpoena, and Fluffy. And a Dog.

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Herb Greenberg (“The Worst Business Journalist in America”) appeared on TV with his fluffy dog to criticize my recent announcement that I celebrated receiving an SEC subpoena. In that press release I had written, “I may be the first CEO in history to celebrate receiving an SEC subpoena.” Herb thought this was outrageous, and said so. He also opined regarding what the SEC subpoena was and was not about: he was just guessing.

A year later, in true “Oceania has always been at war with Eastasia” fashion, Herb would write a story claiming that I had tried to cover-up my receipt of an SEC subpoena.

Patrick Byrne I am a concerned citizen who has been hunting the oligarchy since 2004 and the Deep State since 2006.

Ouch. I’m The 1st Daily Show Guest to Owe…

Details to follow. In the meantime, here’s the clip: The Daily Show With Jon StewartM – Th 11p / 10c The Money Honey Bee...
Patrick Byrne
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Ouch. I'm The 1st Daily Show Guest to Owe…

Details to follow. In the meantime, here’s the clip: The Daily Show With Jon StewartM – Th 11p / 10c The Money Honey Bee...
Patrick Byrne
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Gasparino Reports. Fluffy Yelps.

One of these men is a reporter. One of these men is a bootlick nervously fighting the exposure of those for whom he shills....
Patrick Byrne
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