Here's an oddity. A few minutes ago, I googled epshteyn "source e"
to see who else favored the same theory which I had publicized in January. Here's the result (and yes, I know that I slightly misspelled the man's name):
I expected to see an entry pointing to my original post. But the title of that post is "Watersportsgate: Did Trump's inauguration czar "leak" Donnie's dirty secret?"
Not: "the one identifying Boris Epshteyn as "Source E" - Cannonfire - blogger"
At no point did I ever type those words. That is, I never typed those words before composing this post.
In all of the other "hits," the header of the Google listing reflects the actual title of the piece.
I'm not saying that something sinister is going on; I'm simply curious. Is this how Google usually works? Have you ever seen anything of this sort before? I have not.
Obviously, an artificial intelligence did not write the words "the one identifying Boris Epshteyn as "Source E" - Cannonfire - blogger."
A human being must have done so. Who did it, and for what purpose?