Two completely different Issues that make one wonder about the “Truth” told by the U.S. Government
This is the sort of drama that occurs when one, a citizen journalist finds out what the real truth is and two, when these truths are made known as common knowledge — by other bigger, more information is gathered, and wealthier organizations such as Politico, The Daily Caller, Town-Hall, even Fox News.com are out there with their mighty resources providing and/or subscribing to the truth of a matter.
Please let it be well-known that this organization uses the aforementioned plus Judicial Watch, The Heritage Foundation, as well as several independent citizen journalist’s to acquire and provide data for proof of allegations made.
I don’t know how many of our readership actually stays up with various mind-boggling events but with what has been and being reported in the last week reminds me of “old journalism” the kind a person went to sleep breathing well.
Today I submit two different stories to you, however brief, but well worth their our writing and hopefully you’ll find them inspiring.
On “The Five” today, Greg Gutfeld reacted a new video from the Center for Medical Progress that shows Planned Parenthood officials discussing the selling of intact aborted fetuses.
Gutfeld said that the CMP should win a Pulitzer Prize for their work in exposing Planned Parenthood.
“They did what the mainstream media would never do, piercing an iconic organization that media hacks spend careers covering for,” Gutfeld said. “The CMP dedicated years to this project, exposing a ‘service’ that most people never knew existed – because most journalists chose to ignore it. That’s real reporting.”
He said that even Planned Parenthood supporters cannot deny that the CMP’s videos are true bombshells, the kind that would stir the envy of today’s Woodward and Bernstein’s.
We affirm the notion of source-work being further done — why don’t we cut to the chase whilst no-allowing any corporate executive through a litany of attorney’s stop this rubbish from continuing?
Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reported this morning that three government agencies are now confirming that information contained in Hillary Clinton’s private email was classified at the time it was sent.
Herridge said the classified information was in an email three years ago from Clinton aide Huma Abedin to the then-secretary of state, and the messages kickstarted the ongoing FBI probe of Clinton’s email server.
The DIA, the NSA, and the NGA, which oversees U.S. government spy satellites, confirmed to Herridge that the information was classified at the time and remains classified now.
The State Department, along with the Clinton team, have maintained that the information was not classified at the time, with Clinton characterizing the situation as a “disagreement” among agencies about what should be classified.
“That has nothing to do with me,” Clinton said last week in Las Vegas. But how wrong and lying can a person actually be?
Herridge noted that under an Obama executive order from 2009, the State Department cannot decide whether information from other agencies should be classified.
She said only the agency that obtains the information can decide whether to mark it as classified.
Please only once need I write this information out: Given the National Security Act of 1947 it is hereby noted that anyone within a security efficient department of the United States government — from the Department of State to the U.S. Marine Corps., has the responsibility upon receipt of said documentation to with privilege and courtesy determine the documents security standing; furthermore, if information is not classified and is deemed that is should be, then immediate attention should be rendered to said document.