When a Clinton smells money … all bets are off.
Hillary Clinton talked about insider information regarding the raid that led to Osama Bin Laden with a group of Canadian business leaders, according to emails released by WikiLeaks.
Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reported on Fox News Tuesday that Clinton gave the speech to a group of business leaders in November 2013.
In Clinton’s speech, she specifically discussed “sources and methods” of the raid that led to Osama Bin Laden assassination, Herridge said.
Discussing that information “appears to be a violation of national security,” Herridge noted.
Clinton told the business group that an intercepted phone call was part of the intelligence trail that led to bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan.
According to former Special Ops official, Dan Maguire, Hillary Clinton showed “no respect” for classified information.
“Operation security is paramount,” Maguire said. He added that the revelation Clinton shared this information shows a lack of “integrity and discipline” on the part of those who’ve looked into the incident.
So, who has looked into the incident?
Herridge stated that Fox News inquired if Clinton had been cleared to share this classified information at the time of her speech, but had not received an answer from the CIA.
Herridge also pointed out an infuriating double standard.
“This was a paid speech by Hillary Clinton,” Herridge said.
She noted that the U.S. Government recently took legal action against former Navy SEAL Matt Bissonnette for disclosing information in his book, “No Easy Day.”
Bissonnette was ordered by a federal court to pay the government nearly $7m for discussing the same Bin Laden raid.
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