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There Are Vast Amounts Of Intelligence A President Will Never See...Nor Do They Have Any Business Ever Seeing
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Sep 27, 2022 11:32:54   #
woodguru
 
The highest forms of intelligence come from sources that could die if it got out that we even have the information, it's that simple. Compartmentalized reports come down to the fewer people that know the better it is. There is a vast array of information that a president would never need to know, and if he does it can come down to a top level person giving him an assessment of the situation, no original documents of intelligence needs to be seen by the president.

The FBI has said that some of the documents picked up at Mar A Lago were classified as HCS, a designation that indicates that a spy or highly placed asset is involved that would be compromised if the information got out. These are documents that are supposed to be seen in highly secure rooms.

Let's say a president wanted to know something like getting a list of all the spies and informants in different countries, or a specific country. Those in charge of managing intelligence documents would rightly be asking why this information was necessary...what reason did the president have to know this?

Not only if there is no reason, but the very act of asking for something someone doesn't need to know would have intelligence wanting to know why he wanted it. And if a president seemed to have an interesting degree of "friendship" with an adversary nation's leaders, it would be deemed time to be especially careful about what information this person has access to.

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Sep 27, 2022 12:01:09   #
American Vet
 
woodguru wrote:
The highest forms of intelligence come from sources that could die if it got out that we even have the information, it's that simple. Compartmentalized reports come down to the fewer people that know the better it is. There is a vast array of information that a president would never need to know, and if he does it can come down to a top level person giving him an assessment of the situation, no original documents of intelligence needs to be seen by the president.

The FBI has said that some of the documents picked up at Mar A Lago were classified as HCS, a designation that indicates that a spy or highly placed asset is involved that would be compromised if the information got out. These are documents that are supposed to be seen in highly secure rooms.

Let's say a president wanted to know something like getting a list of all the spies and informants in different countries, or a specific country. Those in charge of managing intelligence documents would rightly be asking why this information was necessary...what reason did the president have to know this?

Not only if there is no reason, but the very act of asking for something someone doesn't need to know would have intelligence wanting to know why he wanted it. And if a president seemed to have an interesting degree of "friendship" with an adversary nation's leaders, it would be deemed time to be especially careful about what information this person has access to.
The highest forms of intelligence come from source... (show quote)




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Sep 27, 2022 12:04:32   #
Liberty Tree
 
woodguru wrote:
The highest forms of intelligence come from sources that could die if it got out that we even have the information, it's that simple. Compartmentalized reports come down to the fewer people that know the better it is. There is a vast array of information that a president would never need to know, and if he does it can come down to a top level person giving him an assessment of the situation, no original documents of intelligence needs to be seen by the president.

The FBI has said that some of the documents picked up at Mar A Lago were classified as HCS, a designation that indicates that a spy or highly placed asset is involved that would be compromised if the information got out. These are documents that are supposed to be seen in highly secure rooms.

Let's say a president wanted to know something like getting a list of all the spies and informants in different countries, or a specific country. Those in charge of managing intelligence documents would rightly be asking why this information was necessary...what reason did the president have to know this?

Not only if there is no reason, but the very act of asking for something someone doesn't need to know would have intelligence wanting to know why he wanted it. And if a president seemed to have an interesting degree of "friendship" with an adversary nation's leaders, it would be deemed time to be especially careful about what information this person has access to.
The highest forms of intelligence come from source... (show quote)


You are so abundantly ignorant it is hard to believe.

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Sep 27, 2022 12:13:51   #
Smedley_buzkill
 
woodguru wrote:
The highest forms of intelligence come from sources that could die if it got out that we even have the information, it's that simple. Compartmentalized reports come down to the fewer people that know the better it is. There is a vast array of information that a president would never need to know, and if he does it can come down to a top level person giving him an assessment of the situation, no original documents of intelligence needs to be seen by the president.

The FBI has said that some of the documents picked up at Mar A Lago were classified as HCS, a designation that indicates that a spy or highly placed asset is involved that would be compromised if the information got out. These are documents that are supposed to be seen in highly secure rooms.

Let's say a president wanted to know something like getting a list of all the spies and informants in different countries, or a specific country. Those in charge of managing intelligence documents would rightly be asking why this information was necessary...what reason did the president have to know this?

Not only if there is no reason, but the very act of asking for something someone doesn't need to know would have intelligence wanting to know why he wanted it. And if a president seemed to have an interesting degree of "friendship" with an adversary nation's leaders, it would be deemed time to be especially careful about what information this person has access to.
The highest forms of intelligence come from source... (show quote)


The FBI says all sorts of things that are not true. They lied about the FISA warrants, they misled a judge in LA County and ransacked God knows how many safe deposit boxes of innocent people.

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Sep 27, 2022 12:15:44   #
Rose42
 
woodguru wrote:
The highest forms of intelligence come from sources that could die if it got out that we even have the information, it's that simple. Compartmentalized reports come down to the fewer people that know the better it is. There is a vast array of information that a president would never need to know, and if he does it can come down to a top level person giving him an assessment of the situation, no original documents of intelligence needs to be seen by the president.

The FBI has said that some of the documents picked up at Mar A Lago were classified as HCS, a designation that indicates that a spy or highly placed asset is involved that would be compromised if the information got out. These are documents that are supposed to be seen in highly secure rooms.

Let's say a president wanted to know something like getting a list of all the spies and informants in different countries, or a specific country. Those in charge of managing intelligence documents would rightly be asking why this information was necessary...what reason did the president have to know this?

Not only if there is no reason, but the very act of asking for something someone doesn't need to know would have intelligence wanting to know why he wanted it. And if a president seemed to have an interesting degree of "friendship" with an adversary nation's leaders, it would be deemed time to be especially careful about what information this person has access to.
The highest forms of intelligence come from source... (show quote)


Its always amusing when you pretend you know more than you do.

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Sep 27, 2022 12:17:13   #
RascalRiley Loc: Ontario
 
Smedley_buzkill wrote:
The FBI says all sorts of things that are not true. They lied about the FISA warrants, they misled a judge in LA County and ransacked God knows how many safe deposit boxes of innocent people.

Sometimes they get it right. Trump did and probably still has classified intelligence he stole from his employer when he was terminated.

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Sep 27, 2022 12:37:30   #
American Vet
 
RascalRiley wrote:
Sometimes they get it right. Trump did and probably still has classified intelligence he stole from his employer when he was terminated.


TDS rant from a weak-minded ELWNJ.

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Sep 28, 2022 21:30:01   #
son of witless
 
woodguru wrote:
The highest forms of intelligence come from sources that could die if it got out that we even have the information, it's that simple. Compartmentalized reports come down to the fewer people that know the better it is. There is a vast array of information that a president would never need to know, and if he does it can come down to a top level person giving him an assessment of the situation, no original documents of intelligence needs to be seen by the president.

The FBI has said that some of the documents picked up at Mar A Lago were classified as HCS, a designation that indicates that a spy or highly placed asset is involved that would be compromised if the information got out. These are documents that are supposed to be seen in highly secure rooms.

Let's say a president wanted to know something like getting a list of all the spies and informants in different countries, or a specific country. Those in charge of managing intelligence documents would rightly be asking why this information was necessary...what reason did the president have to know this?

Not only if there is no reason, but the very act of asking for something someone doesn't need to know would have intelligence wanting to know why he wanted it. And if a president seemed to have an interesting degree of "friendship" with an adversary nation's leaders, it would be deemed time to be especially careful about what information this person has access to.
The highest forms of intelligence come from source... (show quote)


If what you are saying was true, then why were these documents ever under Trump's control even when he was President ?

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Sep 28, 2022 22:46:23   #
RascalRiley Loc: Ontario
 
son of witless wrote:
If what you are saying was true, then why were these documents ever under Trump's control even when he was President ?

His staff feared showing him some of the stuff because he was a security risk.

But who has the authority to withhold intelligence from the President.

There where many who were extremely concerned but there was nothing they could do about it. Some quite, not wanting to be associated with what was happening.

Or if they were not loyal, like if they would not follow through on Donny’s hair brained demands, they got fired. Often with mean Tweets

Trump turnover was higher than the 5 most recent presidents.

Turnover was record setting, double the previous leader, Reagan, and more than triple Obama.

You will have a difficult time convincing anyone that Trump’s staff turnover was low or even normal.

That is why he had access.

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Sep 29, 2022 10:47:43   #
son of witless
 
RascalRiley wrote:
His staff feared showing him some of the stuff because he was a security risk.

But who has the authority to withhold intelligence from the President.

There where many who were extremely concerned but there was nothing they could do about it. Some quite, not wanting to be associated with what was happening.

Or if they were not loyal, like if they would not follow through on Donny’s hair brained demands, they got fired. Often with mean Tweets

Trump turnover was higher than the 5 most recent presidents.

Turnover was record setting, double the previous leader, Reagan, and more than triple Obama.

You will have a difficult time convincing anyone that Trump’s staff turnover was low or even normal.

That is why he had access.
His staff feared showing him some of the stuff bec... (show quote)


Woodguru said;

" There is a vast array of information that a president would never need to know, and if he does it can come down to a top level person giving him an assessment of the situation, no original documents of intelligence needs to be seen by the president. "

So I said, why did Trump ever have those documents under his control when he was President, if the intelligence community did not trust him ? Two things on that. First as the Phony Russia-Collusion trials showed, all of the suspicions of Trump being a traitor were lies. That was proven beyond the shadow of a doubt. Case closed.

Second, as it has also been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, President Trump had ample reasons not to trust the intelligence community, who screwed him over every single chance they got because they became political under Barry shithead Obama.

" Trump turnover was higher than the 5 most recent presidents.

Turnover was record setting, double the previous leader, Reagan, and more than triple Obama.

You will have a difficult time convincing anyone that Trump’s staff turnover was low or even normal.

That is why he had access. "

Perhaps if your boy, Joe had more turnover in his administration, it wouldn't have been a total disaster. But your boy Joe, unlike Trump is afraid to fire anyone. Afghanistan was the biggest military debacle in recent US history. At the very least Gen. Milley should have been sacked. Biden's entire White House National Security Team should have followed.

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Sep 29, 2022 13:24:41   #
FallenOak Loc: St George Utah
 
woodguru wrote:
The highest forms of intelligence come from sources that could die if it got out that we even have the information, it's that simple. Compartmentalized reports come down to the fewer people that know the better it is. There is a vast array of information that a president would never need to know, and if he does it can come down to a top level person giving him an assessment of the situation, no original documents of intelligence needs to be seen by the president.

The FBI has said that some of the documents picked up at Mar A Lago were classified as HCS, a designation that indicates that a spy or highly placed asset is involved that would be compromised if the information got out. These are documents that are supposed to be seen in highly secure rooms.

Let's say a president wanted to know something like getting a list of all the spies and informants in different countries, or a specific country. Those in charge of managing intelligence documents would rightly be asking why this information was necessary...what reason did the president have to know this?

Not only if there is no reason, but the very act of asking for something someone doesn't need to know would have intelligence wanting to know why he wanted it. And if a president seemed to have an interesting degree of "friendship" with an adversary nation's leaders, it would be deemed time to be especially careful about what information this person has access to.
The highest forms of intelligence come from source... (show quote)


Public School was a win for you as you are one who believes that our government leaders have only pure hearts and want the best life for you.

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Sep 29, 2022 13:38:53   #
RascalRiley Loc: Ontario
 
FallenOak wrote:
Public School was a win for you as you are one who believes that our government leaders have only pure hearts and want the best life for you.


Trump forever destroyed the notion that the government leader had a pure heart and wants the best life for anyone, except for himself.

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Sep 29, 2022 13:41:53   #
Bevvy
 
woodguru wrote:
The highest forms of intelligence come from sources that could die if it got out that we even have the information, it's that simple. Compartmentalized reports come down to the fewer people that know the better it is. There is a vast array of information that a president would never need to know, and if he does it can come down to a top level person giving him an assessment of the situation, no original documents of intelligence needs to be seen by the president.

The FBI has said that some of the documents picked up at Mar A Lago were classified as HCS, a designation that indicates that a spy or highly placed asset is involved that would be compromised if the information got out. These are documents that are supposed to be seen in highly secure rooms.

Let's say a president wanted to know something like getting a list of all the spies and informants in different countries, or a specific country. Those in charge of managing intelligence documents would rightly be asking why this information was necessary...what reason did the president have to know this?

Not only if there is no reason, but the very act of asking for something someone doesn't need to know would have intelligence wanting to know why he wanted it. And if a president seemed to have an interesting degree of "friendship" with an adversary nation's leaders, it would be deemed time to be especially careful about what information this person has access to.
The highest forms of intelligence come from source... (show quote)


There Are Vast Amounts Of Intelligence A woodguru will never see

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Sep 29, 2022 13:48:07   #
FallenOak Loc: St George Utah
 
RascalRiley wrote:
Trump forever destroyed the notion that the government leader had a pure heart and wants the best life for anyone, except for himself.


Trump wasn't the first nor will he be the last. I wonder how it is that politicians in the USofA arrive in Washington, D.C. poor and years later leave as millionaires. Must be their pure hearts.

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Sep 29, 2022 15:02:36   #
American Vet
 
RascalRiley wrote:
Trump forever destroyed the notion that the government leader had a pure heart and wants the best life for anyone, except for himself.


Inane rant from a demented ELWNJ

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