The life of a Secret Service agent must be an interesting one, but that comes with a bit of a catch…there’s a whole lot about people that you cannot talk about for a good long time.

Imagine if you were a Secret Service agent and you were assigned to protect the President and you told a story about something the commander in chief did in private to a public source while you were still on the job.

You would be on an unemployment line pretty quick.

That being said, if there were people that tried to act like they were bastions of virtue when there were tons of people that saw them the way they are when the cameras were off those people should be very worried.

Former secret service agent, Dan Bongino, has decided to speak out against the corruption that is Hillary Rodham Clinton.


Hillary Clinton has been in the company of secret service agents for quite sometime, from her time as First Lady, to her serving as Secretary of State, to her failed attempt at the presidency, now one agent is speaking out.

Everything about the Clinton’s seems to be corrupt and inevitably that corruption has come to light.

Via: Tucker Carlson recently interviewed the former agent, and Bongino made his views on Hillary Clinton’s corruption very clear. He explained to the Fox News host, “I found her to be the most deceptive human being, manipulative political person in a position of power I’d ever met in my entire life.”

Bongino’s statement enraged Nick Merrill, the man who was the Clinton’s communications director at one point in time.
Merrill full-on attacked Bongino in an attempt to discredit him. The former Secret Service agent had some things to say to Merrill, however, which included a hint about Bill Clinton possibly being connected to pedophilia.

Merrill struck back to defend Hillary, claiming on Twitter “She has enormous respect for the Secret Service and a great relationship with the agents on her detail.”

The truth of the matter is that numerous respected sources have claimed that the Clintons had great distain for their protective agents. Oftentimes, agents requested to be reassigned.

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