Defending the Indefensible

“A Strong Man for Troubled Times”

“The president wasn’t even aware of where the information came from. He wasn’t even briefed on the sources and methods.”

This statement, presumably in defense of the Russian Usurper, from McMaster is terrifying me: I think it means that the security apparatus already knows what a risk the Orange Menace is and is deliberately keeping him away from as much secret stuff as they can.

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5 Responses to Defending the Indefensible

  1. Ellis Weiner says:

    IOW, “you can’t blame the President for leaking something he was too stupid and lazy to know the importance of in the first place.”

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  2. the analysis at the following blog seems reasonable – basically, the options are complete despair or total destruction (no, not really – that’s a woody allen quote)

    http://blogs.swarthmore.edu/burke/blog/2017/05/16/theres-no-hope-for-him-now-travis/

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  3. Pupienus Maximus says:

    He wasn’t even briefed on the sources and methods.

    Presumably because he can’t be bothered with pesky little details. Did anyone mention that the source (which now appears to be Israel) specifically requested that the intel not be shared with ANYONE? Did you ever caution tRump about blurting out intel secrets?

    Now, In your position I would have expected you to be aware that in January Israel ASKED YOUR GUYS to keep sensitive stuff from Trump. Were you aware that Israel was particularly worried about tRump passing on intel revealing info about their own ops to the Rooskies, which they would then pass on to fucking Iran! who would use the intel against Israel!?!?!

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    • Osirisopto says:

      “Did you ever caution tRump about blurting out intel secrets?”

      Cautioning the guy who bragged about the size of his dick in an internationally televised presidential debate would not end well.

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  4. Bruce388 says:

    Putin’s investment in Trump is paying off. Bigly.

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