I base my very biased opinion on several things. In the first place, I am second generation military intelligence (no oxymoron jokes needed - I have heard them all). In the second place, long ago in a faraway place (D.C. among others), I worked closely / in and around what I fondly refer to as "The Alphabet Soup." To civilians, that means all those dark government organizations in Washington, D.C. (among other places) that end with the letter "A." And I know - from every debriefing that I ever had - that had I, as a "non-US-Senator," exposed the information that Ms. Feinstein and her extremely anti-American co-conspirators released, I would have been arrested for treason. I believe that she and her co-conspirators should face those charges.
And back when I was "in the game" I recall hearing tales about the best "advance intelligence" system that I had ever heard of from a purely academic perspective. The tale was about the legendary J. Edgar Hoover, the longest serving director of the FBI.
Mr. Hoover had a policy that every single newly elected representative in Congress - and their entire staff - would have a dossier opened on them, starting with a full and extensive background check. And each and every dossier would be kept up to date until well after the person was no longer in public service. And when Richard Nixon ran for president, one of his campaign promises was that he would "retire" Mr. Hoover. And when Mr. Nixon called for Mr. Hoover to come to the White House, Mr. Hoover "suggested" that Mr. Nixon come to the FBI offices for a visit, after which Mr. Nixon held a press conference and praised Mr. Hoover's past and future service to his country.
Now I know with some degree of certainty that "The Hoover Plan" was not lost on certain other intelligence agencies. And knowing something of "the business," I have an equal degree of certainty that, should the need arise - and in my opinion it has - my old pals could initiate and fill a dossier on anybody and everybody currently "serving" We The People in Washington, D.C. And if they have, in fact, not done so as of yet, then they damned sure should do so with the greatest alacrity.
And should they find anything of interest, they should do as they have done in the past and simply "leak it" to any and every interested party in this country... and a couple other countries that I can think of because Ms. Feinstein's actions have endangered the lives and careers of personnel in other countries as well—countries that were once our allies.
Ms. Feinstein wants to air dirty laundry?
Fine... Let Loose The Dogs of War!
And those true American Patriots in the "Alphabet Soup" would not even have to be all that creative. An anonymous swarm of emails to Edward Snowden or to his pal Julian Assange over at Wikileaks should do the job.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.