Written By Allen West:
The mantra “do as I say, not as I do” seems to be the calling card of political elitists who feel they’re lords over us pitiful serfs. But it’s very disturbing when anyone seeking the highest office in the land feels they can act without integrity and believe they’re above scrutiny.
By the way, I find it rather interesting how so many want to be President of the United States — Commander-in-Chief — but when they could’ve raised their right hand in other ways to unselfishly serve… well, you know.
Today we have a certain person considered a “frontrunner” to be Commander-in-Chief who has a serious integrity issue — then again, as she would say, “what difference at this point does it make?” One would’ve thought abandoning Americans to die in a faraway land and then lying about it would render the person disqualified to lead this nation and command its uniformed service men and women.
Then again, we do live in interesting times.
So ponder the case of one former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the email scandal in which she’s embroiled. We continue to hear the excuse that Mrs. Clinton had no idea these emails were classified — hmm, that’s rather fishy. If you’re reading emails referencing satellite imagery of a foreign nation, that’s certainly not Readers Digest material. Two things come to mind: the head diplomat, fourth in line to the presidency, should recognize classified material — or at least recognize the material hasn’t been properly classified.
The case of Hillary Clinton’s email brings to mind a recent case about classified email resulting in a Marine officer’s punishment, even though his intentions were completely honorable.
We brought to you all the story of U.S. Marine Maj. Jason Brezler here, and the story turned your stomachs. In this case, the Marine Corps punished an officer trying to warn his brothers deployed in Afghanistan about a dangerous situation there — and rightly so, given that three Marines lost their lives after being shot in their Forward Operating Base gym just 17 days after Maj. Brezler’s warning.
Now it seems that Major Brezler’s case is now being compared to that of Hillary Clinton — and by a liberal media outlet, no less.
As reported …
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