Saturday, January 9, 2016

Ex-Agent: Secret Service too cozy with Clinton, press interference 'dangerous' | Washington Examiner

Ex-Agent: Secret Service too cozy with Clinton, press interference 'dangerous' | Washington Examiner: The latest case of U.S. Secret Service agents blocking reporters from asking Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton are "dangerous," and could lead to media being threatened for getting too close to the candidate, according to a long-time former agent.

Dan Bongino, who was on Clinton's security detail when she ran for the Senate in 2000, told Secrets, "This is dangerous. This is a dangerous development."

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2 comments:

  1. Google "Beckett Brown International" to see a slew of racketeering and corporate espionage crimes committed by retired high-level U.S. Secret Service agents...

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