Skip to comments.Rep. Pete Hoekstra Says Administration Blocking Full Scope of Wikileaks Breach from Intel Committee
Posted on 12/09/2010 4:50:58 PM PST by Nachum
Rep. Pete Hoekstra, the ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, told reporters Thursday afternoon that the Wikileaks data breach is the result of a system that provided too many points of access created in the aftermath of the September 11th terrorist attacks, and that the Obama Administration is working to keep the full scope of the breach from congressional oversight by the intelligence committee. (Snip) Hoekstra said that in past national security breaches, the intelligence committee is historically the first panel in Congress informed about the contents of a breach. But so far, according to Hoekstra,
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Of course they are. They don’t want anyone figuring out that its part of the manufactured chaos required to gain control of the internet.
hey GOP,and media if it’s not too much can we also look at the real culprit, you know the guy who caused all of this from the start/
You know that queer private who should not have been in the military who stole the info because of his queer agenda.
Yes we know it will hurt don’t ask and the queer agenda but putting your heads up your arses and not having the guts t confront the facts are cowardly plus for you media.
DO YOUR STINKING JOB FOR ONCE, we know about wikileaks, how about the chain of command, the queer, the reason, why was he allowed to be getting this info etc.
Yes you media might have fooled some in the country by attacking wikileaks but it is the same though not scale the likes of the NY Times have done the same.
Not report on Manning and the reasons and DO YOUR EFFING JOB FOR ONCE
I would think that there would be a separation of powers issue that would make the administration irrelevant regarding congressional investigations. Just one more example of the demise of the Constitution, as if one more were needed to convince anyone.
IMO, Treason is being committed beyond anything in our history and no one seems to care.
Thanks for the ping Nachum! Sounds like they are hiding something important to them...like their own complicity!
Well, so the administration from Hell “can” and “has”. and “is” blocking some of the copied and leaked information. Of course.
Do not miss one episode of Glenn Beck and I stayed onlne to watch him after his TV show went off the air tonight.
Right. And you’re also right: the tax “deal” looks like a Christmas Tree. I hope it goes to the new congress, and I’m worried about it there, too. Don’t miss one program of Glenn Beck.
I guess I’m missing something here; how can the whitehouse keep the “full scope of the breach” from the intel committee if everyone else in the world is downloading it?
I watched Beck too but didn’t get to tune in afterwards on his website. Very scary stuff going on in this country right now. I can’t remember ever being so fearful for our country as right now.
I went directly to foxnews/glennbeck to watch him online. Be sure to watch his show tomorrow. BOR tried to mock him again tonight. What a slimebag. BOR is not serious and he’s in denial. What a waste of a prime time hour.
BOR has become too worried about what the elites think of him. He has lost what little appeal he ever had as far as I am concerned. He truly is a bore....LOL!
Anybody with an internet connection can download everything Wikileaks has released, but Assange hasn't released, to the public, anything like every thing he has. Hoekstra wan't to know what he has that he can release.
I still think all this Wikileaks exposures are coming from within the Obama consortium, especially since they feel that Sarah Palin is enemy number #1 to them, they are displaying the Palin Derangement Syndrome in full color.
And yet with all this “saturation bombing” they seem to miss an obvious and quite a tasty looking target, and that is the records and truths about Obama himself.
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