And here I thought getting Top Secret Clearance was hard

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Do you remember the movie “Legally Blonde?”

Reese Witherspoon plays a ditzy college coed named Elle Woods who decides to apply for Harvard Law School in order to get her boyfriend back.

Shockingly, Elle gets accepted. And when her ex sees her at Harvard, he’s stunned.

Incredulously he says to her, “You got into Harvard Law?”

Elle responds, “What? Like it’s hard?”

I don’t know what made me think of that.

Okay, yes I do.

See, I used to think getting Top Secret Clearance was hard. In fact, I was under the misguided notion that it would be harder than getting into Harvard Law.

But apparently I was wrong.

Turns out any blonde ditz can get Top Secret Clearance.

Yesterday, a 25-year-old member of the Anti-Trump “Resistance” named “Reality” Winner was charged with stealing Top Secret information from the NSA. She then passed it along to a media outlet.

Yes, my friends. The Trump Administration found it’s first leaker.

Within hours of the DOJ announcing the arrest, “Reality” Winner’s social footprint was revealed.

One only needs to take a cursory glance through “Reality’s” social media to know she deserved a Top Secret Clearance about as much as Osama bin Laden.

In fact, Jack Posobiec found some real gems.

This is what “Reality” – whose real name is Sara Winners – tweeted out in response to a tweet from Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif:

So let’s see if I have this right.

Someone with Top Secret Clearance is openly vowing to stand with an enemy of the US.

Call me crazy, but isn’t that sedition?

Yeah. I want this kid getting a lookie-loo at Top Secret information, don’t you?

But since it was the Obama Administration that gave her a security clearance, I’m not surprised.

After all, she and Barack share an allegiance to Iran.

Here’s just a peek at the kind of stuff “Reality” was tweeting out:

What a charmer.

Honestly, where have I been?

All this time I thought getting Top Secret Clearance is hard.

I was under the impression that in order to get security clearance, your entire life was held under a microscope. Does that not include seditious, anti-American social media posts?

Seriously, if Jack Posobiec can find these tweets in a matter of minutes, why couldn’t the NSA?

Perhaps in addition to reviewing the social media footprint of Visa applicants, they need to start doing the same for people getting security clearances.

If Jack Posobiec can do it, why can’t the FBI?

What? Like it’s hard?

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5 thoughts on “And here I thought getting Top Secret Clearance was hard

  • June 6, 2017 at 9:38 am

    She’ll claim “well, Hillary did it” as a defense. How the bloody hell does someone like this get security clearance??? Glad to see that it’s a Bernie supporter; and her tweets prove how vile the left is.

  • June 6, 2017 at 10:38 am

    She’s had the clearance for a number of years, her employer would have just had the TS from the military extended and transferred to her new employment. All the posts you copied are recent and most likely were posted after her last renewal.

    • June 6, 2017 at 11:58 am

      It appears she entered the AF when she was 21 (not sure if that was from college or not). Being so young, there was probably nothing disparaging in her background at that time to keep her from being granted a security clearance. Apparently, according to reports, she had fluency in Afghan and Persian languages/dialects, which made it all the more likely for her to get clearances and special accesses since those language skills are in such high demand. You are correct that her clearance (not necessarily her special accesses which are largely program-specific) would transfer easily to an NSA-certified civilian contractor. It would behoove the intelligence community to review procedures for renewing clearances, especially for those holders who work in the private sector.

  • June 6, 2017 at 5:36 pm

    She didn’t even have the brains to delete her Twitter account. Lol

  • June 6, 2017 at 7:08 pm

    My dad retired from the Air Force in 1960 and said it ain’t what it used to be. I joined in 65 and he advised me to do my 4 years and get out….I did. I had a top secret clearance and it took 3 FBI investigations to get. Like dad said…it ain’t what it used to be.
    I have an acquaintance who says that there are only 2 branches of the military, the Army, and the Navy.
    The Marines are a cult, and the Air Force is a corporation.
    Several Marines I know claim there’s only one branch.
    This bimbo, if found guilty , will only remain jailed if we don’t get a Democrat president.

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