Thursday, September 08, 2005
CONNECTING THE DOTS
Time to take a quick time out from Katrina and the flood of liberal hatred and venom spewed daily by Satan's army of the left.
Former Clinton National Security advisor, Sandy "stuffed shorts" Berger was fined $50,000 dollars for stealing and destroying top-secret documents from the National Archives. Even though the recommended sentence was $10,000, the judge thought the greater amount was justified given the severity and outrageous nature of the crime. In exchange for pleading guilty, "Burglar" must give up his security clearance for 3 years (way too short), and promise to wear flip flops, tank tops and boxers when entering the Archives in the future, thus eliminating his favorite places to hide documents.
To recap, "Burglar", member in good standing with the Arkansas mafia that took over the Whitehouse, was caught stuffing top secret, national security documents of various types into his underwear, socks, pockets and shirt. He then admittedly, took them home and destroyed some of them. Of course this is not recommended behavior, even for someone in the Clinton administration, but in my view, $50,000 is nothing more than a slap on the wrist. Obviously if Joe Blow went into the National Archives and even sniffed at stuffing a napkin into his pocket, he'd be doing 20 years in the federal pen, no question. But the former National Security advisor egregiously steals classified documents and it's a 3-year time out and pocket change for the well connected. Another Clintonista skates again.
Not coincidentally, he took these documents when supposedly refreshing his memory, at the request of mob boss Bill, prior to them both testifying before the 9-11 commission. The documents he took were primarily concentrated in the few years leading up to 9-11 and specifically in the year 2000. It just so happens that the recently revealed military covert op called Able Danger, had brought to light the fact that 9-11 terrorist leader, Mohamed Atta and other members of his cell were known about over a year before 9-11-2001. Military officials tried to bring this information to the FBI for further investigation but were specifically halted by Jamie Gorelick, Deputy Attorney General for the Clinton Administration. Gorelick and the Administration had specifically put rules in place preventing intelligence operatives from sharing information with criminal investigators. Hmm, I wonder why.
Could it be that old "stuffed shorts" was doing whatever he could to conceal the fact that primary culpability for 9-11 lay squarely in the lap of the Arkansas mafia? And why was it that the Able Danger operation and its findings were never mentioned in the famous 9-11 Commission Report? Oh yeah, Jamie Gorelick, the Clintonista who prevented the Atta information from being passed on to the FBI, was on the commission, go figure. Clinton Corruption continues, and old “stuffed shorts" slithers away. Libs lie, Americans die.