Richard Grenell: Whoever took the picture of classified documents and approved the release to the media needs to be fired

Steve Bannon welcomes Ric Grenell (former acting Director of National Intelligence (DNI)) to War Room. Grenell expresses his opinions regarding the latest news about the Mar-a-Lago raid and related legal wrangling. The FBI/DOJ attempted framing of Donald Trump.

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5 Responses to Richard Grenell: Whoever took the picture of classified documents and approved the release to the media needs to be fired

  1. Pa Hermit says:

    Been saying this for awhile now. Classified material must be protected. Those photos of the material would never be permitted to be photographed. To be in the area of classified material you MUST be of a clearance of the highest document or above, AND you must have a NEED TO KNOW status to view that document. Because you have the clearance of said document, you do NOT get to view it UNLESS you have the need to know! Did all those people in the raid have Top Secret with crypto access clearance plus the need to know? I don’t think so! So that leads me to believe the documents were NOT classified! The DoJ and FBI need torn down and rebuilt from the bottom to the top. Use the U S Marshall’s office until they are rebuilt.

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  2. Lucille says:

    Dan Bongino: This is a lot more than a few bad apples
    August 31, 2022

    Liked by 1 person

  3. WeeWeed says:

    I’d like to know WHERE those pictures were taken. That photo all over the internet wasn’t in the Trump private residence.

    Liked by 1 person

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