To the title:
> Navy Yard shootings expose a flawed security clearance system
No they don’t.
The Navy Yard and Fort Hood massacres reveal the utter treachery and treason of Billy Jeff Clinton in disarming military personnel on their own bases.
if you only charge $260 for a secret clearance, and give it to EVEYONE you have all the data you would ever want to oppress the masses
AND THEY PAY YOU !
what a country.
Not only that, but the immediate security - i.e. how he got his weapons on base? Could it be that rent a cops are not really a very good idea?
A NICS check, a credit check and verification of citizenship....that’s about it.
When I got my Top Secret Clearance for the USAF SAC in 72 the FBI interview my 1st grade teacher and the mothers of every girl I dated. As a teen. Now the give out social clearances.
It doesn’t cost the government a damn dime to do this. They are already paid salaries and sit at desks all day doing god knows what. What we are witnessing is total incompetence and disregard for the law.
The wussification of America has many parents.
One such parent is Impeached Bill “Zipper-Boy” Clinton who signed, in 1993, the Exec. Order to ban guns inside buildings on US Military posts.
To put all this in perspective, just ask this question: “What would General George Patton do?”
The surviving families from the massacres at Ft. Hood and The Navy Yard would like to know - - - - .
Has anyone been able to discern how he was able to get on base? It is my understanding that without a CAC isssued by DoD, he would not be able to waltz on base. Both his reservist and contractor CACs would have been expired.
Had to laugh at all the Libs out there yesterday demanding background checks for long guns.
This guy got a secret clearance to enter a secure military facility. What on earth makes them think anything would have turned-up in a background check to stop his buying a shotgun?
not to mention flawed military full of wusses who just want to have a cushy office job
There is a misconception that a contractor needs a security clearance to enter a military installation. The possession of a Common Access Card (CAC) has nothing has nothing to do with whether a person has a security clearance or not.
My point is that even without a clearance he might have been able to perpetrate this act, depending on what the access requirements were for building 197. My guess is that a whole bunch of folks without security clearance work in that building.
Seperately though, it is eye-popping that this dude could receive a security clearance.
If we can’t (WON’T) properly vet a Presidential candidate, what difference do other security protocols make?