During Wednesday night’s third and final 2016 presidential debate, Hilary Clinton bragged about her 30-years’ experience in in and out of government which included monitoring the bin Laden raid from the White House situation room.
Despite all that experience, Clinton did nothing while terrorists murdered four Americans in Benghazi, which rival Donald Trump should have mentioned in addition to noting accurately the Democrat nominee in general had “bad” experience.
It turns out that the self-same national security expert, who mishandled sensitive documents via her private email server while serving as secretary of state under Obama, may have inexplicably revealed top secret information during the debate. This is what the former first lady said:
But here’s the deal. The bottom line on nuclear weapons is that when the president gives the order, it must be followed. There’s about four minutes between the order being given and the people responsible for launching nuclear weapons to do so.”
According to True Pundit, Clinton failed the commander-in-chief test by coughing up information on national and worldwide television about the potential US nuclear response time.
‘Secretary Clinton proved tonight she is unfit to be commander-in-chief,’ a top-ranking DOD intelligence source said. ‘What she did compromises our national security. She is cavalier and reckless and in my opinion should be detained and questioned so we can unravel why she did what she did.’
According to Pentagon sources, the information Clinton disseminated publicly is Top Secret intelligence governed under the U.S. Special Access Program (SAP) which dictates safeguards and protocols for accessing and discussing highly classified and Top Secret intelligence…Sources said late Wednesday Clinton likely violated two different types of Dept. of Defense SAP protocols…
Previous this to disclosure, American foes apparently had no way of knowing our response time if a nuke is in play.
On July 5, FBI Director James Comey announced that he would not recommend criminal charges against Clinton in the private email server investigation even though she and/or her aides “were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.” Looks like history is repeating itself.
Amidst the server scandal, there was talk on Capitol Hill about denying Clinton security briefings to which presidential candidates are ordinarily entitled, but nothing ever came of it.
h/t: Liberty News