Updated: At bottom of post...
Former online gambling PR promoter person, BC Liberal Party strategist, and currently in-demand proMedia pontificator, Ms. Alise Mills tweeted to the whole world about how she was heading off to be on the MoCo's 'Power Panel' this afternoon, presumably to wax knowledgable on all things provincially political given her hashtag.
This led citizen pundit Merv Adey, a person who pays attention, to ask Ms. Mills about the RailGate 'affidavit' issue.
Ms. Mills then professed ignorance.
Then the cheerleaders jumped in.
Update: Merv Adey himself clarifies, in the comments: "Actually, Ms. Mills did respond a few minutes later, acknowledging what the issue was ..."didn't see (my) previous tweet". But she had no comment on the issue at all that I've noticed so far...nor have Palmer, Baldrey, Good, Smart etc. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. I'd love to be wrong..."