Skip to comments.US ambassador to Pakistan met with Code Pink, discussed ‘classified’ drone casualty counts
Posted on 11/05/2012 4:23:39 PM PST by chessplayer
Richard Hoagland, the acting U.S. ambassador to Pakistan, discussed with Code Pink and anti-Israel activists what he said was classified information, during an October 3 meeting with the groups in Islamabad.
Code Pink, a liberal anti-war organization known for disrupting Republican and conservative public events, uploaded a video of the meeting to an Internet video sharing website on Oct. 5.
Realizing what he had said, Hoagland told the activist gathering: I probably just, you know, got into big trouble with what I just said.
It is amazing how many members of this treasonous administration have committed crimes upon the American people...and NOT ONE has been sent to prison.
almost an entire administration of treason, sedition, subversion, dysfunctionality, incompetence, anti-Americans, anti-Christians, anti-Jews, anti-western values and ... and....
or is this just a bad dream from eating too many sardine and Bosco pizzas with whipped cream and escargots?
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We are a nation of laws and he has broken one or several
by doing this. He must stand before the law and pay
the price of his folly or else why laws?
The moment 0bama got security clearances, all other clearances became meaningless. This is another example of a traitor with security clearances.
Direct link to video
the very idea that these morons are allowed to get near an ambassador to Pakistan, and then WHILE ON VIDEO call our foreign policy on the carpet is just another exhibition of the utter ineptitude of this nations leadership at this time.
A US ambassador?
At least he’s alive.
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