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Former Top Obama Official Just Went Rogue And Dropped Bombshell About Hillary- ‘Unbelievable…’
“What was going through this woman’s mind?"
by Randy DeSoto
President Obama’s former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) believes that Hillary Clinton should be disqualified from being president in light of her alleged gross mishandling of classified material.
Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn (Ret.) told the Daily Caller, “This is unbelievable. I don’t think anybody should be talking about her being potentially the next President of the United States.”
“I think Hillary Clinton, for the good of the country, should step down and let this FBI investigation play out,” Flynn added.
The former DIA chief expressed particular concern that highly classified Special Access Program (SAP) material, which is to be viewed on a “Need to know” basis, was transferred to her private, non-secured server. This material is deemed even more sensitive than Top Secret.
“Placement of SAP-classified information on a non-secure server was the ‘single, most dangerous security violation that can ever happen to the United States,’ said Col. James Waurishuk, former deputy director of intelligence for the U.S. Central Command,” The Daily Caller reported.
“In order for Mrs. Clinton to get Top Secret/Special Access Programs onto her private server, numerous, redundant safeguards were deliberately bypassed, probably by unauthorized personnel who were given access to these documents. It was a deliberate, intentional act. It just could not happen by accident,” Waurishuk said.
At least one of the emails on Clinton’s server was coded as “HCS-O,” which refers to human intelligence sources in ongoing operations, according to Fox News.
Waurishuk stated that having SAP documents on an unsecured server, “can result in the death of people in the field.”
As reported by Western Journalism, Clinton assured the public last spring, after it was revealed she used a personal server to conduct State Department business, that she had not sent or received classified information through it.
“I did not email any classified material to anyone on my email,” Clinton said at the time. “There is no classified material.” Later in the summer she revised her statement, explaining she had not sent or received emails that were “marked classified at the time.”
“What was going through this woman’s mind as she is reading this information on her own unclassified system,” Flynn wondered. “Did she think that nobody, the Russians or the Chinese was looking at it? Did she think this was the right thing to do?”
“On Feb. 2, the FBI filed a letter before U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan, confirming the Bureau is actively investigating Clinton’s use of an unsecured, privately owned email server to send and receive official government communications,” according to the Daily Caller.
Dan Maguire, a former strategic planner with the U.S. military command Africa, with 46 years combined service, told Fox News: “My contacts with former colleagues and current active duty personnel involved in sensitive programs reveal a universal feeling that the [Clinton email] issue is more serious than the general public realizes.” He added, “[T]he intelligence community is undoubtedly conducting damage assessments and evaluating the viability of any ongoing operation that may have been exposed to unauthorized personnel.”
“Most [of his contacts] opine they would already be behind bars if they had apparently compromised sensitive information as reported,” said Maguire.
There is no list of all of the federal government’s agencies, bureaus, programs, and projects.
By JIM HARPER SHARE
Public oversight of government and internal managment could both improve dramatically with an authoritative, machine-readable representation of what the federal government is. Right now, there isn’t a list of all of the federal government’s agencies, bureaus, programs, and projects. That’s a big part of why the government is run so badly and so impervious to change. The government is illegible, even to many insiders.
Happily, the Obama Administration recently promised to produce a machine-readable federal government organization chart. And it promised to do so in a matter of months. That’s something the administration can do to leave a lasting legacy and fulfill an important part of his promise of more transparent government, something we touted here in a 2008 policy forum, Just Give Us the Data!
If there is no list of all the federal government’s agencies, bureaus, programs, and projects how can there be any transparency or accountability?
Depression or Despair
The apostle Paul had some experience with depression, but he
always made a comeback. He wrote about being content in every
situation, whether hungry or satisfied, with plenty or with nothing.
Jeremiah lived in a state of despair most of his life. King Jehoiakim
cut Jeremiah’s scroll into shreds and burned it (Jeremiah 36).
However, God told Jeremiah to write it again (actually dictated to
the scribe Baruch)—a long, hard job in 600 bc. Jeremiah suffered
near-death prison time in a cistern with water up to his neck—an
early version of water boarding? In Lamentations 3, he expressed
his bitter feelings. Hope faded. But a new day dawned when
Jeremiah discovered that God’s mercies are new every morning.
He wrote that man needs to wait for God’s deliverance. With God’s
help, we too can get through tough times.
1. Genesis 27:46; 28:1–5.
Why was Rebecca depressed about her son Jacob? Who helped
her? How can we help people with difficult decisions avoid despair?
2. Numbers 11:10–17.
Why did Moses feel depressed and blame God for his troubles?
What did he ask God to do? What answer did God give Moses?
How can we apply this story in our own lives?
3. Numbers 21:4–5.
Why were God’s people impatient and upset? Why did they blame
God and criticize Moses for their predicament? Why were they in
the desert in the first place? What daily routines today can be
4. Joshua 7:5–12.
What did Joshua do in this stressful, daylong experience?
What was his regret? What was God’s answer?
5. 1 Kings 19:1–8.
Why was Elijah in the desert? What did he want God
to do to him? Have you ever felt like Elijah? How do bad
experiences sometimes bring about good decisions?
6. Psalm 142:1–7.
Who will listen to our complaints? What bad can happen
when we are in the right place? What is our resource when
no one seems to care about us?
7. Jonah 4:1–11.
Why did Jonah say it would be better for him to die?
Did he need a new focus? What would happen to our
depression if we obeyed God?
8. Matthew 27:46.
What did Jesus say as He was dying? Why did it feel like
God had left Him? If Jesus could be depressed, this would
certainly be the time.
9. Luke 15:20–21.
What brought on the depressed state of the prodigal son?
When a person’s friends and money are gone, will
depression be the natural outcome? What is the solution?
10. 2 Timothy 4:10, 16–17.
Did Paul sound depressed in these verses? If your friends all
forsook you, how would you feel? What help did Paul find?
What is our hope in desperate times?
From 102 Fascinating Bible Studies by Preston A. Taylor
About the Author (2010):
Preston A. Taylor is a retired pastor and missionary to Argentina. He received
his BD and ThM degrees from Southwestern Baptist Seminary and his DMin
from Luther Rice Seminary. For the past 25 years, he has written a weekly
devotional message for newspapers in the towns where he has served as
pastor. Dr. Taylor currently lives in Zapata, Texas.
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