Drudge is "reporting" (noted again, some in the MSM might take offense to our use of the word "reporting") that Jerome Armstrong has paid a $30,000 dollar fine to the SEC to settle a accusation that Armstrong illegally touted the stock of a software company without disclosing that he was being paid to do so.
Armstrong is a prominent blogger on Daily Kos and the founder of the website MyDD.com.
Of course, what blabbermouth Bill O'Reilly will do in this situation is a given.
The thing to watch, in our humble opinion, will be whether the people who have had Armstrong's back all these years now become the people banging down his door screaming, "what's good for the goose!"
Noted: We could be wrong, but trigger words for the Daily Kos set have to include "SEC, stock, fine, not disclosing, investigation".
But maybe not.
If Drudge's story is accurate, the Daily Kos set can prove that they really are "NetNuts" by chalking the SEC fine up to "a grandiose Bush conspiracy to get us".
Time will tell.