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Monday, September 12, 2016

Clinton's first CIA director backs Trump

Loose lips sink ship. Hill emails, Woolsley bails.

Lifelong Democrat Robert James Woolsey Jr. -- Bill Clinton's first CIA director -- joined the Trump campaign today.

His statement:
I have been a ‘Scoop Jackson,’ ‘Joe Lieberman,’ Democrat all of my adult life, but I am pleased to be asked to participate with others I respect in advising GOP candidate Donald J. Trump on the urgent need to reinvest in and modernize our military in order to confront the challenges of the 21st century. Mr. Trump’s commitment to reversing the harmful defense budget cuts signed into law by the current administration, while acknowledging the need for debt reduction, is an essential step toward reinstating the United States’ primacy in the conventional and digital battlespace.
Since Secretary Clinton left the State Department we have learned that she demonstrated a complete lack of understanding and an inability to lead the agency she headed in such a way as to maintain its mission and security. Based on the emails thus far released we know that Secretary Clinton also lacks the ability to lead her senior managers while complying with and maintaining the basic protocols designed to protect our government’s sensitive and classified information. Mr. Trump understands the magnitude of the threats we face and is holding his cards close to the vest. Bravo Zulu, Mr. Trump.
I doan know nuffin bout no servers isn't cutting it.


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  1. You have to be a pretty smart cookie to run the CIA. Mr. Woolsey demonstrates that by backing trump rather then his former boss's wife. - Elric

  2. Bravo, yeah!

    Could this be the beginning of the end for Dem Inc.?
    I doubt the msm will report on this, though it is a start and could lead to a breech.

  3. Not surprisingly, Woolsey didn't stay bought:

    "As Director of the CIA, Woolsey was notable for having had limited access to President Bill Clinton. According to journalist Richard Miniter:

    "Never once in his two-year tenure did CIA director James Woolsey ever have a one-on-one meeting with Clinton. Even semi-private meetings were rare. They only happened twice. Woolsey told me: "It wasn't that I had a bad relationship with the president. It just didn't exist."

    Trump is the opposite of the two Clintons and Obama. As a successful businessman, he values personal relationships. His style of leadership will be very different from what we have seen in recent administrations, and I think we will be much better off for the change. To use a football analogy, there has to be rapport and communication between a QB and his receivers for the pass play to work.

  4. A man who knows where all the Clinton bodies are buried, now in the Trump camp?

    Clinton might just as well give up and get comfy in Old Sparky now.

  5. Teh Dems and their lickspittle media minions will say "no big deal".

  6. Rosa Prince: "Thanks to a faltering misstep as she clambered into a car, the most qualified candidate ever to run for the White House may just have gifted the nuclear codes to a dangerous clown."

    Qualified (adj): not complete or absolute; limited.

    1. Remember, Biden pointed out the guy with the football at one of his speeches recently. Of course, he might have been just running off at the mouth.

  7. How about "I don't recall because of the concussion I suffered", but remember her only medical problem is a mild case of pneumonia.