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    FeelTheBurn from a NSA leaker.

    It appears that arrested NSA leaker, Reality Winner, is a fan of Bernie Sanders...


    Feds Arrest NSA Contractor in Leak of Top Secret Russia Document


    Reality Leigh Winner, 25, was arrested Saturday and faces a single charge of "gathering, transmitting, or losing defense information" to The Intercept.


    http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/polit...426584761.html

    https://www.usnews.com/news/national...ted-nsa-leaker
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    So is a very good friend of mine, a classmate...but he would never betray his country.

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    This story just proves a previous contention about evidence of a "Deep State". This woman is truly disturbed and the fact nobody reviewed her Tweets before giving her classified clearance... well lets just say they should be sacked!

    Check out Reality Winner's influences as outlined in the below article. Should make Dave Kris Kringle Noel proud to the bone!

    https://www.infowars.com/jailed-nsa-...-is-terrorism/
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    I understand that she is being charged under the very same statute that the Benghazi Bitch was investigated under. Do you think Comy will declare her to be unworthy of being prosecuted?
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    Given that Comey's history as FBI director, what he thinks probably doesn't make much difference.

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    I really get a kick out of the "Deep State" nonsense. Generally speaking, people go to work for NSA, CIA, FBI etc--especially since 9/11--because they're concerned about the war on terror. Just like most of us who went to work for CIA in 1968, when I did, were concerned about the Cold War. Wanted to do something for their country. Every now and then, you'll find someone who has a strong negative reaction to the current resident of the White House--whether it's Reagan or Clinton or Obama or Trump. Most of them don't go very far with it, however.

    It seems to me the people we really need to watch are not so much the career analysts, case officers, and special agents. But rather the political appointees. Someone like Ben Rhoads, the architect of Obama's Iran policy. Not a career intelligence officer, but appointed Deputy National Security Advisor by Obama. LBJ did not appoint me a CIA officer. I was recruited as a Career Trainee--equivalent to someone going through OCS in the military, or the Foreign Service Officer program at State. In for the long haul, neither appointed by nor owing any special allegiance to anyone who happens to have won an election. I wasn't crazy about either Carter or Clinton, but my focus was on doing what I could to make sure that the nation was best served by its Intelligence Community. That's because I believe that a robust and strong Intelligence Community--same thing for the military--provides this country with its best defense against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Brown View Post
    I really get a kick out of the "Deep State" nonsense. Generally speaking, people go to work for NSA, CIA, FBI etc--especially since 9/11--because they're concerned about the war on terror. Just like most of us who went to work for CIA in 1968, when I did, were concerned about the Cold War. Wanted to do something for their country. Every now and then, you'll find someone who has a strong negative reaction to the current resident of the White House--whether it's Reagan or Clinton or Obama or Trump. Most of them don't go very far with it, however.

    It seems to me the people we really need to watch are not so much the career analysts, case officers, and special agents. But rather the political appointees. Someone like Ben Rhoads, the architect of Obama's Iran policy. Not a career intelligence officer, but appointed Deputy National Security Advisor by Obama. LBJ did not appoint me a CIA officer. I was recruited as a Career Trainee--equivalent to someone going through OCS in the military, or the Foreign Service Officer program at State. In for the long haul, neither appointed by nor owing any special allegiance to anyone who happens to have won an election. I wasn't crazy about either Carter or Clinton, but my focus was on doing what I could to make sure that the nation was best served by its Intelligence Community. That's because I believe that a robust and strong Intelligence Community--same thing for the military--provides this country with its best defense against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
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