VIA/ For being a former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton is quite loose with our national security. In fact, she’s so loose with it that officials from the Department of Defense think she should be arrested after what she just let slip.
During the debate on Wednesday night, Hillary was responding to Donald Trump when she revealed “damaging” details about America’s nuclear security procedures in an attempt to make herself look more experienced, but ironically all it did was make her appear unfit for office. More specifically, she divulged how long it takes for our nation to respond to a nuclear attack, which is information that our enemies could undoubtedly use against us.
Here’s what she said [emphasis mine]:
“But here’s the deal. The bottom line on nuclear weapons is that when the president gives the order, it must be followed.There’s about four minutes between the order being given and the people responsible for launching nuclear weapons to do so.”
That’s pretty vital information for our enemies to have, wouldn’t you say? Yeah, so would officials within the DoD, according to True Pundit.
A source from within the department said:
“Secretary Clinton proved tonight she is unfit to be commander-in-chief. What she did compromises our national security. She is cavalier and reckless and in my opinion should be detained and questioned so we can unravel why she did what she did.”
Apparently, the information she divulged falls under the U.S. Special Access Program (SAP), which dictates protocols for highly classified and Top Secret information. There’s only about a dozen officials outside of the highest ranking members of the military who know any of the details about our nuclear response time, one of which is the Secretary of State, which means she couldn’t have let slip more sensitive information had she tried.
More from True Pundit about the various DoD SAP protocols Hillary violated [emphasis mine]:
Since nuclear response is part of the sensitive national plan for nuclear war operations, all of its schematics are covered under both “Intelligence SAPs” and “Operation and Support SAPs,” sources said. Both contain Top Secret information.
“Targeting options by ICBM (intercontinental ballistic missiles), air or sea, launch order, launch procedures and response are some of the most secretly guarded tenets of national security and nuclear war policy,” a Pentagon source said. “It’s truly incredible that (nuclear) response time as part of an ERO (Emergency Response Option) is now out there in the public domain to our adversaries.”
U.S. Defense sources said according to developed U.S. counterintelligence, military officials in China, North Korea, Syria, Russia, Iran and even actors like ISIS had no previous definitive intelligence to determine the U.S. nuclear response time, especially during an ERO, prior to Clinton’s admission Wednesday night. Sources reluctantly acknowledged her calculations were accurate.
“Any time frame calculated would have merely been an educated hypothesis, absent leaked documents and there have been no such breaches,” the DoD source said.
Isn’t that nice? This woman doesn’t belong anywhere near our national security secrets, period.