FIVE SECRETS 0BAMA CAN'T KEEP
To show the world that Barack Obama is a powerful, effective leader, this White House may have been leaking classified information to the New York Times. Such political gamesmanship during an election year endangers people and future intelligence operations against America’s adversaries. There is no evidence that these leaks were from a whistle-blower for illicit acts or corruption.
The New York Times published an article showing Obama as a mastermind who selects and prioritizes which terrorists to kill. As former CIA chief Jose Rodriguez pointed out to 60 Minutes dimwit Lesley Stahl, “We don’t capture anyone Lesley…the default option of this administration has been to kill all prisoners. Take no prisoners, the drones. How could it be more ethical to kill people rather than capture them?” Obama campaigned against the war on terrorism, but the Chicago thug learned well it’s better to kill the terrorist than have prisoners who could be a political embarrassment. This report was nothing more than a political ad that reveled how terrorists are selected for a drone hit.
Underwear Bomb Déjà vu
The CIA foiled an al-Qaida attempt to employ a new underwear bomb that is undetectable to body scanners and other security measures. It was revealed to the media that the bomber was actually a CIA informant who handed over the device to Americans to analyze. The bomber was to board an American-bound passenger jet from an overseas airport in order to take advantage of its lack of security.
Bin Laden Doctor
Pakistani doctor Shakeel Afridi helped the CIA locate Osama Bin Laden by collecting DNA from Vaccination shots administered at the Abbottabad compound. Several weeks after the terrorist leader was killed, Dr. Afridi was arrested by Pakistani intelligence investigating allegation of CIA collaboration. He was convicted by a tribal court and is pretty much being ignored by this administration. How the doctor was compromised is still unknown, but this will make it difficult for future informants to trust the United States.
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