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IcemanH 2 points ago +2 / -0

Is that better or worse for him?

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fazzman23 5 points ago +5 / -0

not really sure. im just skeptical based on the source of this. i hope hes arrested and its the first domino....but im not holding my breathe.

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Boozy_McFuckFace 4 points ago +4 / -0

In theory it doesn’t matter. These people are fucking stupid, and think themselves above the law.

If they applied the same level of scrutiny when it comes to security clearance as they do to your average enlisted guy with a TS, most of the government would be in prison.

I know of several people who ended their careers with poor choices when it comes to security, such as taking a crew photo in a classified space. One pipe went to the reactor, and that was enough to start an investigation. Just an unlabeled pipe. Career over.

Meanwhile you have the chairman of the joint chief making personal phone calls to CHINA undermining the fucking CIC.

I’m convinced at this point that the cabal has intentionally turned formal education into a retard factory. It’s just about a certainty that the more education a person has, the bigger the retard they are.

A fucking E2 meat shield would know that calling China is a bad fucking idea. But somehow this retard thought it was smart.

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650Thunderbolt 1 point ago +1 / -0

"I’m convinced at this point that the cabal has intentionally turned formal education into a retard factory. It’s just about a certainty that the more education a person has, the bigger the retard they are."

Nailed it!

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

Seems like worse for him, better for us. I can understand maybe tipping off an enemy in a Dr. Strangelove kind of scenario (where a crazy hijacks a nuke), but if he is not in command he shouldn't be interfering at all.