Tonight’s “60 Minutes” program will have on former FBI director Louis Freeh, who will be talking about his book, “My FBI: Bringing Down the Mafia, Investigating Bill Clinton, and Fighting the War on Terror”.
In the book, Freeh makes many charges against then President Clinton. Louis Freeh’s war on terror is only beginning.
Bill Clinton’s people, objecting to charges made by Freeh, have convinced producers of 60 Minutes to present a statement in their defense.
In the statement, former Clinton National Security Adviser, Sandy “are those classified documents in your pants or are you just happy to see me” Berger, challenges Freeh’s assertion that Clinton failed to press Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah to cooperate with an investigation of the 1996 bombing of Khobar Towers in that country, and used the occasion to ask for a contribution to his presidential library, which officially unzipped its doors last November.
In such a hurry was Berger to defend his former boss that he was ticketed and charged with reckless driving for going 88 mph in a 55 mph zone.
I certainly hope 60 Minutes asks Berger if he’s got the chaffing under control. The preservative the National Archives puts on their documents can cause a hell of a rash.
The dismantling of Louis Freeh has only just begun. Within two months (depending upon how well Freeh’s book sells), ol’ Louis will be accused of all sorts of things by Clinton suck-ups, who will have renewed vigor due to competition for positions in a possible Hillary cabinet.
Charges against Freeh will include incompetence, lying, and probably extend outward to bestiality, drug use, and staging cross-dressing fashion shows in the J. Edgar Hoover wing of FBI Headquarters.
Bubba’s buddies, and Bill himself, will fight, but Clinton’s problem is that the “benefit of the doubt” is never on his side.
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