Paul Ryan says the Congress might strip Hillary Clinton’s access to classified information
When a Presidential election draws nigh the candidates who are still in the race and have a legitimate chance at winning the election begin to get briefed on national security issues in order to prepare them for what they will be facing if they are elected President. In the wake of the FBI’s investigation which found that Hillary Clinton and her aides were “extremely careless” in handling classified information Paul Ryan is now threatening to strip Hillary Clinton’s access to classified information during the campaign if the Obama regime does not take action itself.
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House Speaker Paul D. Ryan said Wednesday that Congress could step in and try to deny Hillary Clinton access to classified information during the presidential campaign, if the Obama administration doesn’t take that step itself.
Given that the FBI found Mrs. Clinton “careless” in handling top secret information, Mr. Ryan said Director of National Intelligence James Clapper should deny her the regular intelligence briefings a party’s presidential and vice presidential nominees get.
But he said if Mr. Clapper doesn’t do that, Congress could step in.
“We’re not going to forego any options,” he said — though he insisted the administration should do it “on its own.”
Mr. Comey said such behavior is usually punished by administrative action or by having security clearances limited — and Mr. Ryan said that’s a good idea.
Just a short while ago the Injustice Department said it would not be seeking charges in this case so now it is time for Paul Ryan to put his money where his mouth is. Does he have the guts to follow through on this threat.
There is no doubt in my mind that this scandal has disqualified Hillary Clinton from the Presidency because she cannot be trusted with State secrets and the FBI’s investigation proved that. This would be the next logical step in the fight and I can only hope Paul Ryan has to courage to stare down Arkancide and do the right thing.
malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium