Presidents can declassify anything
Current Events, Just musing

Presidents can declassify anything but not Secretaries of State

On today’s show, I first open with a recognition that it was one year ago today we abandoned the country of Afghanistan in one of the worst foreign policy debacles in our nation’s history. But, don’t take my word for it. We turn to Jake Tapper of CNN to tell you that for himself.

Then we continue to see how the FBI and DOJ narrative keeps changing before our very eyes. What started off as an issue regarding presidential records, changed to nuclear weapons related information to now possession of Top Secret SCI documents. And, while they keep changing the target, we find out the search warrant literally allowed agents to seize any and all documents from the time Donald Trump was sworn into office to the time he left. What happened to the “specific” and “targeted” reason for the search? Seems like they went on a giant fishing expedition.

The real crux of the matter is any president, while in office, has the power to classify and declassify anything they want. This is not new, but we cannot expect the Legacy media to tell us this information. It’s better to play games with hyperbole, preying on the ignorance of others to paint a wild and crazy scenario of a man out to jeopardize our national security.

Ken Dilanian, intelligence and national security correspondent for NBC New (and a massive pusher of the Russian Collusion Hoax, was on with Andrea Mitchell this weekend. He told just enough truth to pull the audience in and then went on wild fictional fantasy to scare the people watching. Thankfully, having a background in naval intelligence, I am able to point out his fallacious examples and how the intel community really works.

We then hear from one of Donald Trump’s former security advisers, Kash Patel, who reminds the American people of the power of the president to declassify anything they want. He also points out how the FBI did not come anywhere close to this course of action with Hillary Clinton while she was in possession similar Top Secret documents. Keep in mind, while a president has the power to declassify anything, a Secretary of State cannot.

Joe Scarborough had the stones to bring on disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok on the Morning Joe to tell how how the FBI never plays favorites. He then went on to slur the right, mocked the former president and lied about treating all parties the same.

If you doubt the purity of the FBI, we cut to a congressional hearing where former CBS journalist Sharyl Attkisson was testifying on how they caught the FBI trying to hack her laptop and later tried to plant child porn on her husband’s PC. So, yes, there are issues when it comes to the power and the audacity of some of the folks within the FBI and other agencies within the Executive Branch.

We wrap up with Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) who reminds us how the Left creates and promotes propaganda. He then says at least 14 agents within the FBI have come to his office as whistleblowers, upset at the political agenda within the Bureau.

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