Skip to comments.Report: Ex-CIA Director Crossed Out 'Classified' on Hillary Document
Posted on 09/05/2016 6:07:51 PM PDT by Leaning Right
Newly released documents from the FBI reveal that former CIA director Gen. David Petraeus admitted to crossing out a classification marking in a document concerning a meeting that he had with then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
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Yep— that chump General Betray US likes to be Hellary$ fall guy. Wonder why$$$$$$$$$$$$
Gee, Hillary is telling the truth after all!
Doesn’t matter...She claims she didn’t know what it meant anyway.....
Why, Petraeus is the “greatest general since MacArthur!”
At least that’s the line from the corrupt-to-the-bone Washington DC Cartel.
Bitch set him up.
First she insults him in congress. Now he covers for her. One party state.
Unlike with Powell, H-> must’ve still had a sword hanging over Petraeus’ head. OK, one declassified doc down for H->, hundreds yet to go. You just look to be grasping at straws, H->!
Stroke of the pen?
Law of the land?
Does that work for anyone and everyone at this point?
That bastard got his— Now hillary get’s hers. PROTECT THE SECRETS OF OUR COUNTRY!!
Its a little fuzzy because I haven't declassified a secret document in over 30 years.
But it seems to me that I had to line out the secret markings, stamp declassified, and sign and date it.
If it was a large document, It was only required that I do that on the first 3 and the last 3 pages.
These were fan fold computer printouts so all the pages were attached.
Well, he’s a general! He OUGHT to know what’s classified and what’s not, right? /s ;)
(C) stands for “Clinton” ...
(S) = “Sold”
(TS) = “’Tis Sold)
I think he is anti-gun too.
Well that settles it. It wasn’t classified material because her crossed out the word “classified”.
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