The Secret Service tell-all book by former agent Gary Byrne is being called out for taking many “cheap shots” at the Clintons so close to the presidential election. Many are criticizing the book as going beyond the pale, as Secret Service agents are supposed to protect and not expose their assignments. But supporters of Bill and Hillary Clinton are calling Byrne names like “liar” or “fraud,” saying that his accusations do not fall in line with the protocol of the Secret Service.
According to The Inquisitr,Byrne used the term whorehouse to describe the Clinton White House and said that the most awkward moment working as Secret Service for the Clinton White House came when he allegedly had to keep Clinton mistresses Monica Lewinsky and Eleanor Mondale away from each other. Byrne also claims that Bill Clinton had more than one injury that came at the hands of Hillary Clinton after his affairs were uncovered.
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The Washington Post is reporting that former Secret Service agents are speaking out, and saying that Byrne is stepping out of line by writing about serving in the Clinton White House. The Association of Former Agents of the United States Secret Service (AFAUSSS) issued a statement to that effect.
“There is no place for any self-moralizing narrative, particularly those with an underlying motive.”
The AFAUSSS without using the word liar, has essentially called Gary Byrne a lair.
Agent who wrote damning tell-all about Hillary Clinton BANNED from TV https://t.co/DbSGxSpN67
— heidi jo bean (@killerjobean) June 23, 2016
The group has stated that anyone who is privileged enough to work for or with the Secret Service should have enough pride in the office to be discreet and maintain the image and pride of the office. Everyone in the Secret Service should spend their lives upholding the sanctity of the White House and the families who live there.
Ed Rogers of The Washington Post says that the book Crisis of Character says a lot more about Gary Byrne than it says about the Clintons’ shortcomings.
Decorated, spotless service record, watch. Hillary Clinton will disparage this man ASAP and people will believe her.https://t.co/eYpl8YAiZP
— Curt Schilling (@gehrig38) June 21, 2016
Breitbart News says that beyond the cheating and womanizing that happened in the Clinton White House, Gary Byrne’s book Crisis of Character revealed alleged violence at the hands of Hillary Clinton. Allegedly, an agent other than Byrne was hit in the head by the First Lady.
“The First Lady had a different sort of liveliness. She once threw a Bible at an agent on her detail, hitting him in the back of the head. He bluntly let her know it wasn’t acceptable. He told me that story himself.”
Byrne also claims that those who were put on the protection detail of Hillary Clinton viewed it as “a form of punishment handed down by passive-aggressive middle management.”
Byrne claims that Hillary Clinton vented on everyone, and it got worse as time went on. Byrne claims that most of the staff that had been there for some time learned how to brace for Hillary Clinton’s eruptions. He says that they didn’t happen every day, but behind the scenes, word would spread fast.
Byrne said that Clinton stop trying to hide her disdain for the Secret Service and yelled things like “go to hell” and “go f*** yourself” at agents.
"Hillary Clinton 'threw Bible at Secret Service agent's head' ": https://t.co/5YsqPvtWlf
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When reports of the cursing from the First Lady was reported, Secret Service agents were told to report any unusual behavior from the First Family to a supervisor. Byrne claims that he overheard Hillary Clinton telling Bill Clinton that the Secret Service agents were out to get them, and that they were all a******s.
‘They f****d us, Bill! We need to get rid of these a******s, Bill!”
Gary Byrne said on another level, Hillary Clinton’s antics made his job interesting.
Will you be reading Crisis of Character by former Secret Service agent Gary Byrne about the Clinton White House?
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