So… according to Adam Goldman, a reporter for the New York Times, terrorists and even Russia “cheer” that we’re working toward stopping classified intel? How does that even make sense?

“FBI diverts resources to hunt down leakers. Terrorists cheer,” Goldman wrote. “So do Russians.”

 

He has also claimed that Jeff Sessions’ decision to seek action against the leaking of classified material will actually cause MORE illegal leaks despite the leaks that we are seeing are, and should be considered, no matter who is President, a serious matter of national security.

I know in a sense that as a reporter and writer Goldman probably wants to know any source he has is secure whatever the story may be but actual legitimate classified intel is being leaked from our government, intel that maybe shouldn’t be getting to terrorists and Russians either now or in the future and he somehow finds a way to claim that, in fact, it’s what they want?

I can’t even wrap my mind around such a statement…

So what exactly is it going to take to get these liberals on board? What purpose does it serve in regards to their undefined disdain of our President? I really can’t find any. Is it solely that Hillary lost or is it that they realize “half” the country didn’t vote for Donald Trump to be our president and they’re hoping to make some money and their names in whatever scraps he gives them?

Despite this, it seems that Sessions’ is still seeking a way to get the information needed to discover these leaks.

“We respect the important role that the press plays and will give them respect, but it is not unlimited. They cannot place lives at risk with impunity. We must balance their role with protecting our national security and the lives of those who serve in our intelligence community, the armed forces, and all law abiding Americans.”

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