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Pentagon Stunned As Clinton Reveals Nuclear Secrets During Debate

Hillary Clinton reveals nuclear secrets during presidential debate

Pentagon officials are said to be furious after former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton revealed details about nuclear intelligence during Wednesday nights presidential debate. 

Clinton felt it appropriate to disclose U.S. Special Access Program intelligence on national television, much to dismay of officials in the Department of Defense.

Libertynews.com reports:

According to sources within the Department of Defense speaking under anonymity, Clinton likely violated at least two Dept. of Defense SAP protocols during the debate by announcing on live television the United States Government’s response time for a nuclear launch.

“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.” –Hillary Clinton

To the dismay of intelligence officials, the fact that this top secret information is now publicly known not only proves that Clinton is “unfit to be commander-in-chief,” but it also poses a direct threat to national security.

One high ranking intelligence official explained that any time frame calculated pertaining to a US nuclear launch “would have merely been an educated hypothesis, absent leaked documents and there have been no such breaches” prior to Clinton’s admission Wednesday.

Via TruePundit

“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…

“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.

  • Mira

    she was always unfit!

  • richardfg7

    Holey hamburgers Batman ! How is she going to blame this one on the Russians ? Or Mr. Trump .

  • Randy

    From a United Nations report from 2012:
    “Yet the two legs of the US alert nuclear forces are postured very differently. Of the ICBM force, nearly all (98%) of the 450 missiles are on high alert at any given time, capable of launching within five minutes of the president issuing the launch codes.”

    • Robert

      Speculation by the UN – and indeed by anyone else – is to be expected. Those speculations will have varying degrees of accuracy, depending on who is doing the speculating. It would be potential suicide to rely on speculation in a military situation. If you planned on getting a missile on D.C. within that time to prevent a response, and the information was WRONG, you would invite a disaster.
      Confirmation by someone with access to the Top Secret information is totally different. An adversary may actually base its planning on this information. Can someone get a missile on D.C. within 4 minutes? Maybe, and now they may actually be tempted to try…
      Very bad indeed. That’s why the information was classified in the first place.