Thursday, October 2, 2014

I Called That One.

Like this is going to make it all better now.

We are dealing with simpletons here.

Head of Secret Service Julia Pierson resigns
The announcement comes a day after Pierson was rebuked by lawmakers over incidents that included the agency's failure to stop an intruder from getting into the White House.

I told you someone would take the fall.




3 comments:

  1. Indeed you did call it. This was serious enough that they had to go to the top of the food chain. Throwing a low ranking flunky to the wolves wasn't going to do it.

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  2. I doubt it was too hard a fall. She had 30 years in and I am pretty sure she got a nice pension out of the deal and maybe a "security consultant" seat at a vendor who does a lot of business with the Secret Service.

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  3. According to a retired agent, the problem is not the Director. The problem is also not the actual agents, who are the best of the best. Including former SEAL's, Marine Recon, Green Beret's, folks that can handle themselves. He said the problem is the layer of management between the two. The bureaucrats that are next to impossible to fire. They are the ones making the decisions that affect every agent. They don't care about security as long as no one fucks with their benefits until they get the time in to retire.

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