Meanwhile, Hillary shows off by giving away America’s nuclear response time during debate

The woman just can’t help herself.

In what has been described as the WTF (what the fudgesicle) moment of Wednesday’s debate, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton disclosed on national TV the U.S. response time to launch a nuclear attack.

And no, the moderator, Fox News Channel’s Chris Wallace didn’t ask her for this information. It was just something she threw in to let America know that these are the kinds of things she knows about.

To repeat a word her Republican counterpart often uses, it was “sad.”

And folks on social media thought so also.

“There’s about four minutes between the order being given [to launch a nuclear strike] and the people responsible for launching nuclear weapons to do so.”

Folks on social media were astounded.

So how secret was the information Clinton blabbed on national TV? Someone who had a TS/SCI (Top Secret / Sensitive Compartmented Information) classification while serving in the military said he had no idea until she divulged it.

And this was just the latest of many instances where she failed to guard our national secrets.

Clinton has been under fire for using an unsecured private server to handle her flood of official emails — some containing classified information — while she served as secretary of state.

As a possible result, at least one person may have lost his life.

Iran executed Shahram Amiri, a nuclear scientist, for spying on behalf of the United States earlier this year. His name was referred to in a July, 2010 Clinton email as “our friend.”

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