I’m not exactly sure who put this into the Army’s training materials, but whoever did it is my hero for the day.
Hillary Clinton. What more can we say about a woman who continuously disregards national security and the safety of the American people? Not much on this end, tough we do like bringing you news of how wrong she is about everything. This time, however, it’s not us that’s making the headlines, it’s the Army.
According to reports, the Army has a training PowerPoint presentation that identifies threats to national security. These threats are labeled as “insiders” and include the likes of the Fort Hood shooter. Who else made the list? None other than the Notorious HRC.
A PowerPoint training slide listing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and retired Gen. David Petraeus among “insiders” who threatened national security was in use for 18 months at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, before Army officials pulled it out of circulation.
The image includes photos of Clinton and Petraeus along with Maj. Nidal Hasan (who shot and killed 13 people at Fort Hood, Texas, in 2009), Aaron Alexis (who shot and killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard in 2013), Chelsea Manning (convicted in 2013 for leaking documents while an active-duty soldier) and Edward Snowden (who leaked classified National Security Agency surveillance information in 2013).
Unfortunately after this was brought to light, the slide was removed, but note that the slide was in circulation for more than 18 months. I mean, that can’t be a mistake.
That is the Army correctly identifying that Clinton was reckless with national security from her email scandal. But how did she get in there in the first place?
“As is common with Army training requirements, the local unit was given latitude to develop their own training products to accomplish the overall training
objective,” Campbell said in a statement provided to Army Times and other media outlets. “This particular presentation had not been reviewed or approved by the unit’s leadership, and does not reflect the position of the Army.”
Campbell could not provide specifics regarding how many soldiers had received the training, which unit or individuals had created the slide, and whether any punishments or investigations were conducted, saying only that officials have “addressed the issue with our personnel.”
The slide’s text addresses Alexis, Hasan, Manning and Snowden by name, then singles out “careless or disgruntled employees” as potential threats.
I don’t know about you, but I think she should stay in that presentation permanently. Who’s with me!?