Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Congress Members Clamoring For Prosecution Of Snowden, But Ignores Worse Disclosures By Obama and Biden

So why isn't anyone urging similar criminal prosecutions for President Obama and Vice President Biden (like they are Snowden), "who revealed a multitude of damaging classified national security information in the days leading up to the 2012 presidential elections to further their election prospects and to undercut Israel’s possible preemptive attack on Iranian nuclear facilities which in the case of Seal Team VI, the disclosures of their involvement effectively put a target on the backs of this special ops unit and their families?" 

“These disclosures revealed that special ops members Seal Team VI were the military’s instrumentality to kill Osama Bin Laden, the disclosure of the sources and methods of cyber-warfare against Iranian nuclear facilities, the disclosure of U.S.-Israeli war plans in the event that war should break out with Iran, the disclosure of the President’s kill list for suspected terrorists and how decisions to kill suspected terrorists are made, and most recently secret information concerning Israel’s Arrow defense anti-missile system. There were other serious disclosures by Obama and Biden as well.
As a result, shortly after Bin Laden’s death, 22 Seal Team VI members were shot down in a helicopter carrying them in Afghanistan, in obvious retaliation for killing the Al Qaeda leader". 

So why aren't the Republicans and Democrats advocating that Obama and Biden should be held to the same criminal legal standards as Mr. Snowden? The fact that they aren't  "underscores that the establishment club in Washington, D.C., will always take care of itself, while burning the little guys at the stake. This is why the American people have lost faith in and profoundly do not trust so called government leaders. These ‘leaders’ are not just hypocrites, but are a serious threat to the continued existence of this Republic, much more so than their disingenuous claim that Mr. Snowden is".

(Comments above taken from a statement by Larry Klayman, the founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, and a former U.S. Department of Justice prosecutor.)

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