It’s interesting to see who the Pentagon sees as the true enemy:
A high-ranking Pentagon official has been snooping around Hillary and Bill Clinton’s personal financial records, The Post has learned.
The Defense Department big shot recently scoured Sen. Clinton personal financial filings – which are required by Senate rules and publicly available.
The records contain information about her investments and debts, including ex-president hubby Bill Clinton’s income and speaking fees.
U.S. Joint Forces Command Deputy Legislative Director Cordell Francis dug through Clinton’s records a week after news broke last month that Bill had advised Dubai leaders on how to navigate U.S. political concerns over its ports deal, Senate records show.
Francis was required to register his personal data with the Senate in order to access Clinton’s records. The Post reviewed a list of people who had accessed the senator’s documents.
The former first lady serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee. But Francis had no interest in poking around the personal treasure troves of any of the 23 other committee members, records show.
And this Administration asks us to believe that they won’t be snooping on innocent people during its war on terror?