Monday, October 24, 2016

Secret Service

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Hillary Clinton had a “medical incident” Sunday at the 9/11 memorial, but the big question is why didn’t she go to the hospital?

The question is haunting the campaign now. The problem developed when high-level campaign member suggested they go to Chelsea Clinton’s instead of the hospital.

If Hillary went to the hospital, then there could be doctors, nurses or staff that could leak information to the press.

Regardless of your political feelings toward any candidate, we should all be concerned for the health and well being of any of our leaders.

Hillary suffered a major health situation on Sunday and according to Secret Service protocol, Clinton should have been rushed to nearby Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan.

Bellevue didn’t happen and according to new reports, the Secret Service started to go that direction until a campaign staffer suggested the change.

All politics aside, it is very clear that Hillary is not well, and a demanding campaign trail isn’t helping. The worst part, the people closest to Hillary could be the ones doing the most damage.

Remember Michael Jackson? Jackson’s own doctor, while being treated at home, killed the greatest pop star.

What rests on the horizon if Hillary wins the White House? Much more stress, much more scrutiny and sleepless nights will be required more often.

Hillary’s schedule included several days off each week in August and her health might be catching up to her. At the very least, she needs a second opinion.

The reason why Hillary’s health is playing such a big role in this election is because she has some serious issues and nobody is being honest with her records.

Much like Donald’s tax records, the only reason not to release them is because there is something there they are trying to hide.

Some Democrats have even started suggesting a “backup” plan incase Hillary can’t move forward.

It really doesn’t matter what plans the DNC is making, the only ways they could replace her is if she dies or she voluntarily drops out. Hopefully the first one doesn’t happen, and highly doubtful she’ll just quit.

Say what you want about Hillary, but she is a fighter and she will do whatever it takes to win this election. The problem for the Clinton campaign is that she isn’t the fighter she once was.

Do you think Hillary will back out of the race? Let us known in the comments below.

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Conduct Policy

Following shameful debacles involving Secret Service agents getting drunk and hiring prostitutes during foreign travel details a federal audit is recommending that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) develop a policy for off-duty conduct abroad.

The Secret Service inspired the probe but many other DHS agencies—including Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Coast Guard and Transportation Security Administration (TSA)—also have a substantial number of employees that travel and work in other countries. Apparently, the belief is that specific rules banning drunken sex scandals could help avoid more public embarrassments, though it’s difficult to imagine that members of an elite law enforcement agency don’t already know this.

“Off-duty misconduct can undermine the Department’s credibility and integrity and hinder its ability to achieve its mission,” the DHS Inspector General writes in a report issued a few days ago. “Our objective was to determine whether DHS has adequate policies and training governing off-duty conduct while abroad.” The answer is no, but you’d think common sense would kick in absent written rules. As we have seen in the last few years that hasn’t been the case.

In 2012 a dozen Secret Service agents deployed to Cartagena, Colombia for President Obama’s world leaders’ summit trip engaged in wild partying that included lots of booze and hookers. A few years later a drunken Secret Service agent preparing for Obama’s visit to Amsterdam was found passed out in a hotel hallway after a night of partying.

“Neither DHS nor the six DHS components with the largest international presence have comprehensive policies and training to govern employees’ off-duty conduct while abroad,” the agency watchdog reveals. “DHS has some limited, department-wide policies for off-duty conduct in general, but they do not specifically address employee conduct abroad; the six components’ policies do not cover some aspects of conduct, such as drinking excessive amounts of alcohol and using drugs.

DHS as a whole does not offer training in off-duty conduct for employees traveling and working abroad. One component offers training to those working abroad, but only one of the six offers training to both travelers and those working abroad.” In 2015, the agency had nearly 1,500 employees working in 80 countries, according to the audit.

There have been a number of domestic incidents as well. Agents crashed a car in the Florida Keys during an Obama family vacation and top-ranking Secret Service officials—including a member of the president’s personal detail—crashed their government vehicle into a White House security gate after a night of drinking. Could this be why in its official response to the report, DHS “disagreed with the underlying premise that any conduct policy covering DHS employees must specifically state it applies to off-duty conduct while traveling or working abroad.” It’s not clear if the agency wants to broaden the rules to apply domestically as well or if it simply doesn’t want to deal with the disgraceful off-duty conduct of its employees. Regardless, it’s a work in progress that is not expected to be completed for another year, the agency reveals in its response.

In a letter to the IG, the DHS liaison tries to be more diplomatic, though he doesn’t commit to actually issuing rules. He does however, promise that the Office of the Human Capital Officer will at least “provide information regarding drinking excessive amounts of alcohol, using illegal drugs, solicitation of commercial sex, and engaging in notoriously disgraceful conduct to employees who travel outside the United States.” Now the agency created after 9/11 to protect the nation from anther terrorist attack will gather and brainstorm. “The exact manner in which this will be done has not yet been determined,” DHS liaison Jim Crumpacker writes in his letter to DHS IG John Roth. He also warns that “it is important to recognize though that it is not possible to entirely eliminate the potential risk of employee wrongdoing.”

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One of the agents in Obama’s Secret Service detail was just arrested—for a truly perverted crime.

The agent, Lee Robert Moore, 37, who works directly for the President inside the White House, was caught sending naked photos of himself from his smartphone—to a 14-year-old girl. He also requested to meet in person, so they could have sex—requesting that she wear a short skirt.

“May seem like a small thing in the grand scheme, but I would take immense pleasure in pulling those shorts off your hips and down your cute little legs,” he apparently wrote, before going into much more lurid detail about the things he was planning to do. Again, to what he thought was a 14-year-old girl.

Unfortunately for Moore, the “14-year-old girl” was actually an undercover police officer in Delaware. Moore was quickly arrested, and turned himself in at the Maryland State Police Barracks on Monday, where he agreed to talk to law enforcement about his crimes.

Most shockingly, Moore admitted that many of his messages were sent while he was on the job. Meaning that, while Moore was in the White House, tasked with keeping President Obama safe, he was actually sending out nude photos to young teens.

The Secret Service, obviously, was quick to distance themselves from Moore.

“The Secret Service takes allegations of potential criminal activity extremely seriously,” said a Secret Service spokesperson.

“This incident was reported to our Office of Professional Responsibility on Friday, November 6th. On that same date, the employee’s security clearance was suspended and the employee was placed on administrative leave. All Secret Service issued equipment was retrieved and the employee’s access to all Secret Service facilities was terminated.”

Moore has been charged with attempted transfer of obscene material to a minor. If convicted, it carries a sentence of up to 10 years.

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Is Bill Clinton back to his old tricks?

According to at least one author, he is.

Ronald Kessler, the author of “The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of Presidents,” claims that Bill Clinton is still cheating on Hillary Clinton.

“[Bill] has a blonde, busty mistress, and she’s been codenamed Energizer by agents,” Kessler writes. “She comes in to the Chappaqua [New York] home whenever Hillary leaves. The details coordinate to make sure they don’t cross paths. She, unlike Hillary, is very nice to the agents. She’ll bring cookies.”

This report comes, apparently, directly from the Clintons’ Secret Service detail. As a former President and First Lady, one of his perks is that they continue to receive Secret Service protection, albeit with a smaller detail than a sitting First Couple.

Kessler goes on to claim what many have suspected–that Bill and Hillary Clinton have “a business relationship,” based solely on their desire to return to the White House.

“It’s not a marriage at all,” Kessler writes–and this too is according to his interviews with the Clintons’ Secret Service agents. “It’s not a marriage at all. It’s a total fake, like everything else about Hillary. It’s just a big show and a scam.”

Kessler claims that the reason Hillary’s agents are talking is, largely, because they hate her.

“The reality behind the scenes is she treats her agents and others less powerful than she is with contempt,” he writes. “In fact she’s so abusive to her agents that being assigned to her detail is considered a form of punishment. That tells you something about her character.”

Far from being an attack piece on the Clintons, the book actually covers Secret Service stories from a number of previous administrations.

Kessler’s stories have not been verified, but if true, they’d confirm what many people already think: that Bill Clinton hasn’t changed his ways, and Hillary Clinton is a phony.

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In releasing his new book “The President’s Shadow” this week, political author Brad Meltzer revealed President Ronald Reagan’s biggest secret while he served in the Oval Office – he carried a .38 revolver wherever he went for self-defense.

Meltzer discovered this revelation while researching his new book at the Secret Service headquarters and did so almost by accident.

In sharing his research experience in a New York Daily News blog post, Meltzer said he saw a replica of the gun Lee Harvey Oswald used to assassinate President Kennedy, the pistol used in an attempt on President Ford and the actual door off of the limousine Reagan was riding in when John Hinckley Jr. shot him in 1981 as the president exited the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C.

“It was an eerie keepsake for sure,” Meltzer wrote. “But not nearly as eerie as the next detail they told me. We were talking about Reagan and that day he was shot. Then one of the agents offered this secret: When Reagan was president, he carried his own gun.”

“I couldn’t believe it,” Meltzer recalled. “’It’s true,’ they said. A .38. Reagan used to hide it in his briefcase and take it on Air Force One. Whatever you think of Reagan, you have to admit, he had a black belt in badassery.”

According to On the Issues, a political site which claims to be “non-partisan,” a Secret Service agent once noticed Reagan with his pistol while on his 700-acre ranch outside of Santa Barbara, so he asked Reagan what it was for.

“Well, just in case you guys can’t do the job, I can help out,” Reagan replied. The site also noted that the first time he took a trip as president to the Soviet Union, Reagan had a pistol in his briefcase.

In his commentary on the Mad News Now website, Sean Brown share his view of Reagan verses our current president.

“…this is the type of president we need – one that has a set and isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty if needed. Currently, we have a limp-wristed pansy occupying the White House, and our nation has never been in worse shape.

Granted, the simple act of carrying a gun doesn’t make Reagan any more qualified to be president than anybody else, but it is a greater part of his personality and no-nonsense attitude, which is lacking in our current leadership.”

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Judicial Watch has obtained records from the U.S. Secret Service that shed light into a scandalous operation in which agents were covertly redeployed from the White House compound to protect a close friend of the agency’s director during a dispute with a neighbor.

The friend, Lisa Chopey, was also the administrative assistant of former Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan, and was embroiled in a discord with a neighbor in her rural community of La Plata, Maryland. At Chopey’s request the agency opened a federal investigation into the neighbor, Mike Mulligan, and surreptitiously redeployed agents assigned to guard the White House to protect her, the records show. Chopey accused Mulligan of “disturbing the peace” by riding noisy “four wheelers” around the neighborhood, according to the records obtained by JW under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

The Secret Service reportedly conducted undercover surveillance on Mulligan and his live-in girlfriend, harassed them and ran database checks. The effort was variously referred to as “Operation Moonlight” and “Operation Moonshine,” which is amusing considering drunken Secret Service agents, including a member of President Obama’s protective detail, recently made headlines for crashing a car into a White House barricade following a late-nigh party. Operation Moonshine commenced on July 1, 2011, the Secret Service documents obtained by JW reveal.

The scandalous affair was exposed last year when a mainstream newspaper broke the story that agents in a special surveillance unit were pulled off duty for at least two months to go an hour’s drive to Chopey’s Maryland home. Then Secret Service Director Julia Pierson contacted the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General to request a probe into the matter involving her predecessor. After all, the Secret Service claims to be one of the most elite law enforcement organizations in the world with responsibilities that include protecting national and visiting foreign leaders as well as criminal investigations.

Nevertheless, the Secret Service has been rocked by a number of scandals in the last few years. Besides the drunken agents plowing a government vehicle into a White House security gate, a dozen agents brought prostitutes to their hotel rooms during a 2012 world leaders’ summit attended by President Obama. A mainstream news outlet called the incident a debauchery that caused an uproar and surprised many who previously regarded Secret Service agents as a highly disciplined force of dark sunglasses, earpieces and unreadable facial expressions.

The Secret Service suffered another major blow when a psychologically disturbed man with a knife jumped over the White House fence and actually managed to run across the North Lawn, into the executive mansion and to the entrance of the East Room. Earlier this year a drone flew over the White House and landed in an area that’s supposed to be secure. The device was described as a quadcopter drone and the Secret Service told media outlets that it crash-landed in a tree on the southeast side of the complex around 3 a.m.



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