"Sandy Burglar" works against Rep. Curt Weldon

Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Convicted criminal Samuel R. "Sandy" Berger is raising money for the Democrat candidate running against Rep. Curt Weldon (R - Pa.).

Weldon is known as a vigorous defender of America against the threat of terrorism, and has been active in investigating Operation Able Danger, a Pentagon operation that identified 9/11 terrorist Mohammed Atta and other al Qaeda operatives before the September 11th attacks on America.

More information on Able Danger can be found here.

Weldon also identified Dieter Snell, the lead staffer for Jamie Gorelick, as the individual who blocked the 9/11 Commission from hearing about Able Danger. Gorelick was a top Clinton administration Justice Department official who erected the "Gorelick Wall" prohibiting intelligence agencies from sharing information about terrorists. The Gorelick Wall was demolished by the Patriot Act.

Bill Clinton's National Security Advisor is also known as "Sandy Burglar" because of his guilty plea for stealing classified documents from the National Archives and destroying with scissors some of the material related to terror threats.

Am I the only one that thinks there's more here than meets the eye?

UPDATE: Thanks to topdog08 for pointing out an error.


SECOND UPDATE: Courtesy of Chris Muir and Day By Day Cartoon:

3 comments:

David Thomson said...

The Sandy Berger incident woke me up to reality. Until that time, I did not truly comprehend the extent of leftist bias in the MSM. There was no way that it could be buried. Yes, I was that naive. Had Berger been a Bush top advisor---the president’s reelection hopes would have been over.

Mike Kasper said...

Read that quote a little closer:

"The person who debriefed [Able Danger analyst] Scott Philpot was, in fact, the lead staffer for Jamie Gorelick," Weldon told the Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes." "His name was Dieter Snell."

brylun said...

topdog, thanks. Sorry for the error.