Does she have some inside information the rest of us aren’t privy to?
Landrieu, D-New Orleans, said she plans to use her influence as chair of Homeland Security to “build a cyber footprint in Louisiana.” She wants to move to Louisiana more governmental agencies and tech experts charged with protecting America from hackers.
“Those jobs can’t all be based inside Washington, D.C., and Arlington, Va.,” she told The Daily Advertiser later. “Some of those jobs need to be located outside the blast zone. With its technological expertise and the university here, Acadiana can help safeguard the cyber frontier.”
We’re not familiar with blast zones from a cyber attack and she left this comment unexplained. Then again, it’s Mary Landrieu.
Via Weekly Standard.