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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

I am pissed......

I don't normally go off on a tear but I will this time.  I don't talk about it but I have a security clearance and it is "pretty good" and I have had it for over 30 years and  I remember when I was "read in" for the first time and what I was told.  "You don't discuss anything you see, do or hear to people that are not cleared for your clearance."  I have taken that advice to heart and I don't talk about it.  That 75 year non disclosure agreement is a bitch let me tell you.  But anyway....The FBI busted one of the leakers that has been leaking stuff to the newspapers and this snowflake decided that her politics were more important than safeguarding the sensitive information that she was supposed to safeguard.  What the hell?   When you are dealing with classified stuff, you don't decide that you don't like the incoming administration because they hurt your feelings so you decide to leak stuff to a newspaper to embarrass the incoming administration? WTF?   You decide that your feelings trump(pardon the pun) your national security responsibilities?   By leaking stuff, you not only put our sources of collection at risk to your infantile temper tantrum   what if something you leaked had Humint attached to it, you leaked it and now somebody is fucking dead?  what the hell were you thinking?  what passed for your thought process that made you decide to violate the oath you took, remember the oath?  the one you took when you signed up for the airforce? then went to language school, got out then parlayed your security clearance to a well paying job in the outside?  Did you totally tank logical thought process while growing up?  When you are dealing with classified stuff, you don't bring politics into it, you are apolitical, you are supposed to be one of the "professionals" that do your job to your oath, not to your politics.  We serve the United States of America, not a certain political party.  I equate you with that trash Manning that sold out the regiment and you did it for Ideology, Remember the M.I.C.E that is used for motive for someone to betray their country?  I know you got briefed on it...Remember...Money...Ideology...compromise or Ego.  I guess you had 2 parts of that nailed...Ideology and Ego...I really hope you get the book thrown at you...you disgraced the community by your actions...and brought shame to the rest of us.

   I pulled this stuff off Drudge





The 25-year-old woman who stole “Top Secret” documents from the National Security Agency and leaked them to The Intercept appears to be a supporter of Bernie Sanders and other progressive icons, such as Bill Maher and Michael Moore.
Reality Leigh Winner’s apparent social media footprint also shows that she is a supporter of other liberal causes, including the Women’s March and the Islamic Society of North America, the Muslim civil rights group.

She also recently referred to President Trump as a “piece of shit” because of his position on the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protests.
Winner was indicted in federal court on Monday after she allegedly stole classified documents from her employer, Pluribus International, a defense contractor that does work for the NSA from its offices in Augusta, Ga

Winner admitted to FBI agents that she stole the documents and provided them to The Intercept. The news site published an article on Monday that appears to be based on the stolen materials. The Top Secret records show that Russian agents attempted to hack into U.S. voting systems prior to the November election.
The federal complaint filed against Winner reveals that she stole the classified documents on May 9, four days after they were published by the NSA. She printed the report and sent it through ground mail to The Intercept. On May 30, a reporter with the outlet contacted the NSA inquiring about the documents. The agency then contacted the FBI, which dispatched agents to interview and apprehend Winner at her home in Augusta.





A photo of Winner has not been publicly released, but her Facebook page includes information that matches details contained in a federal indictment filed against her in New York on Monday.
The indictment states that Winner has blonde hair and is five-feet-five. The document also mentions that Winner was planning a vacation to Belize last month and that she drives a light-colored Nissan Cube. Winner’s social media accounts show that she visited Belize and drives a car matching that description.
Jon Swaine, a reporter with The Guardian, also identified Winner.
Winner’s posts on Facebook suggest that she is politically active.
On Feb. 14, a day after Winner took her Top Secret job at Pluribus, Winner posted a photo outside of the Atlanta offices of Georgia Sen. David Perdue.
Winner wrote that she had a 30-minute private meeting with the Republican lawmaker.
She said they discussed “my concerns regarding climate change and what the state of Georgia is doing to reduce dependency on fossil fuels.”



4 comments:

  1. She seems like a perfectly typical Left-wing nutcase. BTW, just because a document is declared "top secret" doesn't mean its veracity has been verified. Media's having a grand time telling us what's in the doc this woman allegedly passed along, but I've yet to hear how deeply the contents of said document were vetted. The whole affair is strange, including the apparent meeting with David Perdue around the same time the woman was hired into her NSA related position.

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  2. Yeah. She really made me mad. About sick of these leakers. They are rooted in super important positions and treat it like a Sunday peanut butter sandwich. Pisses me off.

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    1. And to think she had that kind of clearance as a wingnut. Geesh. And what did she do prior to this job, pray tell?

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