AMERICA'S OPERATIONAL SECURITY COMPROMISED FOR DECADES!
CIA OPERATIVES, generals, special forces soldiers and intelligence specialists speak on revelations of administration leaks revealing the names of teams, soldiers and even dogs to the enemy. In addition the KILL LIST the administration keeps for TARGETED KILLINGS is now a known quantity.
The harm incurred by operational security and national defense is unprecedented.
US INTELLIGENCE AGENTS in Yemen and Iran have been captured and killed. The Pakistani doctor who helped the US track bin Laden has been captured and is languishing in jail waiting for a trial for treason. All these because of leaks directed from the White House to media "friends" and to Hollywood producers who promised to make a complientary to Obama film to be released just around election time. These media associates were provided with detailed top secret access and reams of sensitive data - including briefings at the White House.
Countless deep cover agents have been compromised.
The media spin is that Obama bravely fought his advisors and went ahead to kill bin Laden.
All the experts inverviewed disagree. The killing of bin Laden was planned by SOCOM and the Pentagon early during the Bush years and most of the data to find him was acquired by the same people.
Experts say, Obama didn't kill bin Laden, in fact three times he refused to go ahead and cancelled the missions.
Hillary Rodham Clinton talked a reluctant President Obama into killing Osama bin Laden — after the president canceled plans for the mission three times, an explosive new book claims.
Obama feared that the daring Navy SEALs operation to raid bin Laden’s hidden Pakistani compound “might go tragically wrong” and he would be blamed for it, author Rich Miniter says.
His account challenges a key element of Obama’s re-election campaign — that his decision to kill the world’s No. 1 terrorist symbolizes his resolute leadership.
The book — “Leading From Behind: The Reluctant President and the Advisors Who Decide for Him” — describes Obama as being heavily influenced by three women — Clinton; his wife, Michelle; and longtime adviser and confidante Valerie Jarrett.
“She worried about a backlash against the president if the operation failed, or even if it succeeded,” the book says.
As a result, Obama was “studiously undecided” about what to do about bin Laden early in his term.
“He refused to weigh in or commit himself on even small matters related to a possible strike on bin Laden,” Miniter wrote.
But Clinton, his 2008 primary foe whom he tapped as his secretary of state, fought for a military strike during her regular weekly meetings with the president.
The book cites an unnamed source in the Joint Special Operations Command as saying that Obama canceled a mission to kill bin Laden in January 2011, as well as another in February and a third in March.
Miniter, a former reporter for The Wall Street Journal, Sunday Times of London and Washington Times, said Jarrett succeeded in talking Obama out of each of the three missions and Obama immediately complied with Jarrett's wishes.