Sep 17, 2016

Bill Clinton's CIA Director Supporting Trump? What Does He Know About Hillary?

Common Sense Commentary: The most important thing about Bill Clinton's CIA Director R. James Woolsey's comments, in an interview on CNN, is the fact that, as CIA Director, he knows more about the Clintons than anybody in the country, including Chelsea. She only knows them as Mom and Dad. Woolsey knows them as "Free Love Bill" and "First Hellion Hillary". He knows all, I mean all, the facts, mode of operation and hidden secrets of both Good Ole Bubba and "The Meanest First Lady" in History ... Ask the Secret Service. That was one of the "fringe benefits" Woolsey gained by having his hi-tech eyes, ears and nose on all the world leaders .... especially Bill and Hill. He knows every dot and tittle of their private selves, which has shook his battered  conscience to do the unthinkable ....his world rattling crisis decision, to go public in favor of Main Street Media's favorite whipping boy... Donald Trump. You can bet he also knows all of Trump's secrets as well.... but what he knows forced him to support and advise Trump, not his fellow Democrat.  That endorsement screams ... in reverberating harmony, with the sane half of America ... "Anybody but Hillary!!" RB

This article from Constitution, Defending the Union from threats foreign and domestic 

Bill Clinton’s CIA Director says 

.... Trump is the Safer Bet!

This may be the biggest endorsement that GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump has gotten since the primary season ended. His biggest weakness with voters has long been his perceived lack of experience on foreign policy, which has been exacerbated by the foreign policy establishment’s general embrace of Hillary Clinton. While Clinton likely plans to pursue many of Barack Obama’s failed policies abroad, she has generally toed the foreign policy line that the political establishment has been parroting for years. Meanwhile, Donald Trump has taken a different tack on issues dealing with Russia, China, the Middle East, and Latin America. These differences have made it difficult for him to find supporters in the foreign policy community that could help him reassure voters.

That’s no longer a problem.

Former CIA Director R. James Woolsey, who was appointed and served under President Bill Clinton, came out this week and announced that he would joining the Trump campaign and advising Mr. Trump on foreign policy.

Woolsey said that he could not support Clinton because of her unwillingness to sacrifice her own self-interests and to safeguard our secrets.

“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,” Woolsey said in a statement. “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.” Later in an interview with CNN, Woolsey cited Trump’s ability to safeguard our secrets (better than Clinton has) and his budget plans as reasons for throwing his support to Mr. Trump.

“He seems to be, more so than his opponent, in favor of a strong defense budget. We’ve got a lot of space to make up and problems that have been left in defense by the Obama administration.”

Woolsey’s endorsement and advice may go a long way to helping Trump close the foreign policy gap that he’s thus far encountered with Hillary Clinton. Also, now that Woolsey has joined the team, one wonders if other foreign policy experts will begin lining up with Trump as well. With the debates around the corner, the Trump team certainly seems to be getting their political affairs in order, which can’t be welcome news for the Clinton campaign.

See the video interview below...

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