An Army spokesman has confirmed that Hillary Clinton is officially listed as an “insider threat” in training materials taught to soldiers about the dangers she and others pose to the United States.
A slide depicting Hillary Clinton pictured along with the Fort Hood and Navy Yard shooters, went viral last week after it was posted on the U.S. Army W.T.F! Moments Facebook page.
Via the Washington Examiner:
The other photos show retired Gen. David Petraeus, who gave classified information to his biographer and mistress; Nidal Hasan, who carried out the Fort Hood shooting; Edward Snowden, a former NSA contractor who exposed classified information before seeking asylum in Russia; Aaron Alexis, the Navy Yard shooter; and Chelsea Manning, who gave classified information to WikiLeaks.
Asked for comment, an Army spokesman confirmed that the photo showed a real training slide that was developed 18 months ago and used locally to teach best practices for handling classified information and maintaining operational security. Maj. Thomas Campbell, a U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command spokesman, said the training slide has been removed.
“As is common with Army training requirements, the local unit was given latitude to develop their own training products to accomplish the overall training objective. This particular presentation had not been reviewed or approved by the unit’s leadership, and does not reflect the position of the Army,” Campbell said.
Why not? She’s perfectly relevant to the topic. There is no better recent example of what not to do with classified material than Hillary Clinton.
As Clinton has been caught lying about her unsecured emails repeatedly — and she continues to lie about them to this day — she certainly should be considered an insider threat to national security.
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