Are there different standards for the politically connected and average Americans?

The prosecutorial pass given to Hillary Clinton by FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Loretta Lynch illustrate how the law can be abused in ways that create a real security risk to all members of the intelligence community, national security, and various agencies within the government. Those groups and individuals depend on the security programs and checks put in place to protect classified information and to assure the safety of individuals and family members from harm by foreign powers and terrorist groups. Does the law apply to all equally, or has the American ideal of justice for all become meaningless in a world of power politics and political favoritism?

How could someone as careless and clueless about national security as Hillary Clinton ascend to the highest office in America without the help of useful idiots at the top of our law enforcement agencies and criminal justice system? Could this really be happening in America without a national outrage from a Congress and National Press that are supposed to protect the people and report the facts?

Join Dan and two of the leading experts in America on national security, espionage laws and the dismantling of basic security procedures by corrupt political insiders. Hear their experiences in dealing with the mishandling of classified information, and how the law is being applied differently for the politically connected. Has the American system of jurisprudence been completely sold out by progressives that envision a new America much different than the one envisioned by our founders? Can Hillary Clinton abuse, ignore and reshape the rules of legal conduct to fit her globalist agenda?

Chuck Floyd is a senior executive with an MBA and a Masters degree in Logistics, with over 25 years of experience driving strategy, business development, market penetration, regulatory compliance, acquisitions, program management, and joint ventures with industry and the U.S. Departments of State, Defense, Homeland Security, Health & Human Services, Justice, Veteran Affairs, and the U.S. Congress. He is also adept at managing domestic and international teams, collaborating with business, government and other stakeholders, and leading large-scale programs from planning to completion. His extensive expertise includes strategic planning, business development & capture, marketing, program management, security, spiral & agile development, Six Sigma and ISO process improvements, P&L, supply chain and operations management. He has experience writing legislation and managing government relation programs.
Chuck has traveled to over 50 countries around the world and has coordinated contracts, policy, and agreements with foreign government officials.  He also has experience building, managing, and motivating high-performing teams that exceed expectations and company objectives.
Bruce J. Moran is a senior National Security Advisor who focuses on strategic planning for National Security issues.  As a consultant, he works with public officials, U.S. Government committees, departments, agencies, think tanks, and corporations. He works on special national security projects and defines clear “hands on” working solutions for Crisis Preparedness and Crisis Readiness scenarios.  He has in-depth experience in foreign policy, security operations & Hi-Tech systems (connectivity, interoperability, and interfacing) such as SMART* Fusion protocols and applications.
He consults with the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Commerce, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, House Committee On Foreign Affairs, Joint Economic Committee, Senate/House Committees on Banking/Finance, Senate Permanent Committee On investigations and the Senate Select Committee On Intelligence.

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