|"Is this my Daily Security Briefing or the Four Seasons menu? I can't see a thing without my bifocals!"|
FROM GRANNY WITH LOVE
Like a Bad Granny who refuses to wear her Depends, Hillary leaks wherever she goes--and leaves it to others to deal with the stinking mess she left behind.
Judge Andrew Napolitano, the day before the "Hillary the Spy-Killer"-story broke:
"In order to take everyone's eyes off this intrusive and uncomfortable bouncing ball [of the rigged-system DNC emails], the leadership of the DNC, in conjunction with officials of the Clinton campaign, blamed the release of the DNC emails on hackers employed by Russian intelligence agents. Many in the media picked up this juicy story and repeated it all last week.
Clinton promptly named Wasserman Schultz as a campaign consultant and complained that the Russians are trying to influence the presidential election. She did not complain about the unfairness manifested in the emails, complete with their religious prejudice; she only complained about Russian President Vladimir Putin's helping Donald Trump.
But the Russians had nothing to do with it.
Last week, William Binney, a 30-year career official at the National Security Agency turned whistleblower, revealed the unthinkable. Binney, who devised the software that the NSA has used to capture the contents of emails and cellphone conversations of all in America but resigned from the NSA because of the unlawful and unconstitutional manner in which the software was used, told a Philadelphia radio audience that the DNC hacking was most likely done by NSA agents.
Why would the NSA hack into DNC computers, and why would the NSA leak what its agents saw? ...
The intelligence community's antipathy toward Clinton has two general sources. One is her misuse of emails containing state secrets. Among the top-secret emails that the FBI discovered on Clinton's non-secure private servers were some that revealed the names of U.S. intelligence agents operating undercover in the Middle East. Because Clinton emailed secrets to others who the FBI found were hacked by hostile foreign intelligence services and because she used a non-secure mobile email device while inside the territories of hostile governments, her "extremely careless" use of her emails resulted in the termination of the undercover work of those whose cover she caused to be revealed. Many in the intelligence community also suspect that in some cases, U.S. undercover agents lost their lives because Clinton failed to keep their identities secret.
The other source of intelligence community antipathy to Clinton stems from her secret war waged against the late Libyan strongman, Col. Moammar Gadhafi. When she waged that war -- using intelligence, not military, personnel -- with the approval of the president and a dozen members of Congress, she exercised her authority as secretary of state to grant exemptions to a U.N. arms embargo of Libya. She wanted Libyan militias to have heavy-duty, military-grade arms with which to topple the Libyan government.
But the CIA and others warned her that she was arming terrorist groups, which was potentially lethal for some American intelligence personnel and which is a felony under federal law. One of those groups may have used Clinton-authorized, embargo-free weapons to assassinate Christopher Stevens, the U.S. ambassador to Libya, at Benghazi." ..........
So she helped to kill her own ambassador by giving terrorists the best weapons to do it? No wonder she wouldn't take his desperate 3am phone calls.
Speaking of 3am phone calls, I believe killing Gadhafi was supposed to be her first campaign commercial, proving her toughness; "We came. We saw. He died. (Laughter)". But the guy had already surrendered to Bush after seeing Saddam's fate. It's like bombing Tokyo to take out the Emperor...in 1952, years after the surrender.
The animals who butchered the Ambassador allegedly sodomized his corpse.
His only mistake? He trusted Hillary Clinton. No commercial was ever made.
Judge Napolitano with Judith Regan last night, explaining "the well-known antipathy the Intelligence Community has to Hillary Clinton":
"That antipathy is based on...the reckless manner in which she exposed state secrets including the names of spies, including the names of moles, including the names of double agents. And some of those people in the Intel Community had their covers blown by Mrs. Clinton's recklessness. And some of those people in the Intel Community, others believe, never came home because she blew their covers."
As a civil libertarian, Napolitano is distressed at the prospect of NSA involvement, yet what are they to do? It reads like a Bond film: some mole is getting all their best agents killed, and it turns out to be...the Secretary of State? A power-mad grafter who is either too stupid, too lazy, too incompetent, too indifferent or too secretive to realize that her off-the-books server is killing people? I vote all-of-the-above.
But that's not even all of it; we've seen how Hillary's stooges went after "the Jew" Bernie Sanders. Suppose Bill and Hillary had a conversation about Obama using the N-word. Or casually discussed bribery at the foundation. That would make them blackmail-able.
Or suppose another spy was named as a "friend" in Hillary's emails. But unlike Shahram Amiri, he isn't arrested and hanged. In fact, nothing bad happens to him. Now our agencies must wonder if he has been turned into a double agent.
Just another day, just more carnage and chaos left in wake of the Arkansas Grifters.
After voting for the Clintons in 1992, they made me a Republican. The final straw for me was when Hillary Clinton had trumped-up federal charges pressed against an innocent man, Billy Dale. She just couldn't be bothered to simply fire the man and give his job to her pals and take the minor public relations hit. It struck me as so imperious, so arrogant, so...evil.
No, she had to throw a man's life away instead, simply for politics and her convenience.
It all sounds so familiar.
|"You're going to love it here in Chappaqua, Huma. Your duties will include handling my Blueberry." |
"You mean 'Blackberry', don't you?"
|"A 'Cone of Silence' for all State Department employees? That's a great idea, Max!"|
|"I've got to go now--Huma and Hillary are here to help with the|
|"Hang up the phone, Mr. Bond. That's a secure phone--we don't use them around here."|
|"My, what pointy cankles you have, Granny!"|
|"No! You're not taking all my devices away and giving me a Jitterbug Senior Flip-Cell Phone with extra-large buttons, backlit keyboard for my impaired vision and extra-loud speakers for my hearing aid!"|
"Convenience, old chap. And those pesky FOIA requests. Nothing personal. You see, nothing must be allowed to stop Granny Clinton's climb to the very top!"
|Well, almost nothing.|