In exchange for the right cash, Hillary Clinton has shared classified information with a group of Canadian businessmen about the incursion that led to the killing of terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden, as emails exposed by WikiLeaks revealed recently.
Fox News chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reported last week that Hillary gave the paid speech to a group of business leaders in November 2013. In her speech, Hillary particularly discussed “sources and methods” of the raid that ultimately led to Osama Bin Laden’s assassination.
Herridge said that discussing such information to non-state actors and non-Americans at that “appears to be a violation of national security.”
Clinton even shared to the business group such insider, sensitive information as an intercepted phone call being part of the intelligence trail that led forces to bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan.
Dan Maguire, former special operations official, said that Hillary showed no respect for classified information.
Herridge also noted the double standard as Hillary has gotten away with a clear violation while the U.S. government took legal action against former Navy SEAL Matt Bisonnette for disclosing information of similar nature in his book, “No Easy Day.”
Bisonnette was ordered by a federal court to pay the government around $7 million for talking about the same incursion of Osama bin Laden that Hillary discussed with the Canadian businessmen who paid her to give a speech.
Maguire concluded that since Hillary has gotten away with her crime, those who have looked into the incident shows “a lack of integrity and discipline” for absolving Hillary when a lesser human being was punished for the same crime.