Unlike the woman who interviewed him, you can look at his responses and tell there is no apology there, just more excuses and more 'poor me.'
Did you catch him on Anderson Cooper last night on CNN? I thought Cooper did a great job. But what I especially loved was laughing at Nir who has insisted he's a fierce advocate of women's rights.
I laugh at that because rape isn't a woman's right issue. Rape is a crime. It's against the law. We speak out against rape, feminists, but so do many women who aren't feminists. So do many police officers of both genders.
Rape's a crime.
Saying you're for women's rights and offering, as an example, that you're against rape is rather sick.
But he's a fierce advocate and has been for 8 years. He claims. And yet all he can point to -- this fierce advocate -- is that, right now, right this moment, he is working on a story about women being sexually assaulted. If true, pity the poor women who had to speak to him.
How telling that he has nothing he can point to other than this article he's supposedly working on right this minute.
Can he bake a cherry pie? No.
But he sure can shovel the s**t.
This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot" for Thursday: