Monday, June 24, 2024


When government officials violate their allegiance to the Constitution, rule of law or conduct standards, then their national security clearance must be revoked.

The Adjudication Guidelines list 13 grounds for revocation, ranging from sexual behavior of a criminal nature, to criminal conduct to questionable allegiances.

Anyone not reporting abuses or criminal acts must also have their national security clearance revoked as their complicit crimes indicate questionable allegiances which is a violation of Adjudication Guidelines A.  

Clear indications of red flags must be reported across all branches of government, including the judicial and any contractors engaging in government contracts.

National security clearance breached in each of the red flag instances must be promptly acted upon and the offenders removed from clearance.

Why have standards fallen so low? Where is the sense of honor and duty? There is no win or salvation in the shame of dishonor and indecency....