Pentagon: - She is unfit to be commander-in-chief

 
Pentagon: - She is unfit to be commander-in-chief
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In what has been described as the WTF 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.

Hillary Clinton divulged Top Secret nuclear security intelligence to tens of millions of worldwide television audience viewers during the third presidential debate, according to high-ranking Department of Defense personnel.

Clinton, responding to opponent Donald Trump and a question posed by debate moderator Chris Wallace, boasted specific and “damaging” details about the United States’ nuclear response time to retaliate during a nuclear attack. Clinton said:

“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,” she said.

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.

“Secretary Clinton proved tonight she is unfit to be commander-in-chief,” a top-ranking DOD intelligence source said. “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.”

According to Pentagon sources, the information Clinton disseminated publicly is Top Secret intelligence governed under the U.S. Special Access Program (SAP) which dictates safeguards and protocols for accessing and discussing highly classified and Top Secret intelligence. The specific details of the country’s nuclear response time discussed by Clinton, sources said, are only known by a handful of individuals outside top military brass, including the following “need-to-know” (NTK) officials:

- President
- Vice President
- Secretary of State
- Secretary of Defense
- Secretary of Homeland Security
- Attorney General
- Director of National Intelligence
- CIA Director
- Deputy Secretary of State
- Deputy Secretary of Defense
- Special personnel designated solely by the President in writing

Sources said late Wednesday Clinton likely violated two different types of Dept. of Defense SAP protocols. 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.

People on social media were astounded.

"Why did hillary give away nuclear response time on international television? Let me guess "she didn't know it was classified" #DebateNight"

"Hillary dropped, on live #debatenight, Response time between presidential order and nuclear missile launch. Info isis classified TS/NC2."

"Hillary exposed secrets, told donors Bin Laden raid details and gave up our nuke response time. Sounds like an excellent choice for POTUS!"



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