Skip to comments.Congress Launches Investigation of Secret Service Agent Diversion from White House
Posted on 05/21/2014 6:44:34 PM PDT by kristinn
Congresss chief oversight committee has launched a formal investigation into how and why Secret Service agents were ordered to leave their assignments protecting the White House complex to instead protect a close friend of the agencys director.
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform asked Secret Service Director Julia Pierson by letter Tuesday to turn over all documents detailing how and why agents were pulled from providing extra protection for President Obama and his family in summer 2011 to go to La Plata, Md., as part of a new assignment called Operation Moonlight.
The Washington Post first revealed the existence of the operation, in which agents were pulled from a special unit monitoring the White House perimeter to instead check on the home of the administrative assistant of then-Director Mark Sullivan. Agents were told Sullivan had directed that they be diverted to her home out of concern that his secretary was being harassed by a neighbor, but several agents were concerned that the operation was illegal.
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You watch - the MSM will make this bigger than the Benghazi and VA scandals put together
When Obama hears abot this...Great Caesar’s Ghost! He’s going to be angry!
Read the last comment. WHAT? Seems to have been written by a random word generator
Well what the so-called “king” orders he gets. This is the most corrupt administration ever.
No doubt he will, but only after he reads about it in the paper.
Despite the obvious malfeasance, no Obama officials will receive so much as a slap on the wrist.
Obama won’t hear about this until the MSM asks about it...
Was this in the comics section? If it wasn’t then Obama never saw it.
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