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New Book Claims Hillary Clinton Was Brash, Threw Bible at Secret Service Agent

crisis of characterBy Steve Neavling

A new book claims Hillary Clinton chucked a Bible at a Secret Service agent’s head.

The allegation is just the latest from Gary Byrne, a former Secret Service agent who protected the Clintons in the White House in the 1990s, The Telegraph reports. 

The book, “Crisis of Character” is set to hit the book shelve next week. The author portrays the Clintons as self-serving and disrespectful toward the Secret Service.

Byrne claims agents were assigned to protect Hillary Clinton as “a form of punishment handed down by passive-aggressive middle management.”

“The First Lady had a different sort of liveliness,” he writes. “She once threw a Bible at an agent on her detail, hitting him in the back of the head.”

Ex-Secret Service Officer Writes Book Depicting Hillary Clinton As Temperamental, Unpredictable

crisis of characterBy Steve Neavling

A new book written by an ex-Secret Service officer depicts Hillary Clinton as a confrontational, temperamental personality who scared many people around her.

Page Six  received advanced promotional materials on the book, “Crisis of Character.”

Byrne is a retired US Secret Service Uniformed Division Officer, not an Agent or Special Agent.

His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, And How They Operate.”

The author, Gary Byrne, protected Bill Clinton when he was president. Payne wrote that Hillary Clinton was “erratic, uncontrollable and occasionally violent.”

It wasn’t just White House staffers who were afraid of Hillary Clinton, who often screamed obscenities at her husband, the book claims.

The author reports one “violent” encounter between the Clintons.

“Hillary Clinton is now poised to become the Democratic nominee for president of the United States, but she simply lacks the integrity and temperament to serve in the office,” he writes.

Retired Secret Service Agent Writes Thriller, Donates All Profits

bratva's rose tattooBy Steve Neavling

A retired Secret Service agent turned to his 25 years of experience and his imagination to write a thriller novel entitled, “Bratva’s Rose Tattoo,” reports the Washington Times. 

The book, written by Thomas D. Sloan, is now available and selling on Amazon. 

All profits will be donated to the Navy SEAL Foundation and Children’s Specialized Hospital in New Jersey.

Sloand describes the plot: “An Air Force transport plane ferrying the president’s limousine and scores of Secret Service, Marine, and Air Force personnel has been hijacked by Bratva —  the Russian mob — which seeks the release of a brilliant and dangerous cyber hacker named Max.”

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Author: Secret Service Agents Found Hillary Clinton to Be a Nightmare to Protect

Hillary_Clinton_official_Secretary_of_State_portrait_cropBy Steve Neavling

Hillary Clinton is a nightmare for Secret Service agents responsible for protecting her.

So says Ronald Kessler, an investigative reporter and author of “First Family Detail,” a book that takes readers behind the scenes of Secret Service agents.

“When in public, Hillary smiles and acts graciously,” Kessler explains. “As soon as the cameras are gone, her angry personality, nastiness, and imperiousness become evident.”

Secret Service “agents consider being assigned to her detail a form of punishment,” Kessler concludes. “In fact, agents say being on Hillary Clinton’s detail is the worst duty assignment in the Secret Service.”

“Hillary was very rude to agents, and she didn’t appear to like law enforcement or the military,” former Secret Service agent Lloyd Bulman recalls. “She wouldn’t go over and meet military people or police officers, as most protectees do. She was just really rude to almost everybody. She’d act like she didn’t want you around, like you were beneath her.”

Kessler told the New York Post: “No one would hire such a person to work at a McDonald’s, and yet she is being considered for president of the United States.”

Chair of U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security Gets Book Deal about Terrorism

U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul

U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul

By Steve Neavling

U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul is writing a book about his experience chairing the House Committee on Homeland Security, the Associated Press reports.

Entitled “Failures of Imagination: The Deadliest Threats to Our Homeland – and How to Thwart Them,” the book by the Texas Republican explores the dangers of terrorism and potential solutions.

Crown Publishing Group calls the book a “compelling and action-packed narrative.”

McCaul, 53, said the “greatest threat to America’s homeland is a failure to imagine the worst-case scenarios.”

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FBI Spied on African American Novelist James Baldwin for More Than Decade

James Baldwin/Wikipedia

James Baldwin/Wikipedia

By Steve Neavling

James Baldwin, a famous African American writer, was pursued for more than a decade by the FBI because of paranoia about his politics, according to a new biography, “All the Strangers” by Douglas Field.

Baldwin, who is best known for his novels, “Go Tell It On The Mountain” and “Another Country,” was pursued by the FBI during the era of illegal surveillance, The Intercept reports. 

Intercept writes:

Why did the FBI spy on Baldwin? He was a novelist, essayist and critic, one of the most distinguished writers and thinkers of his time. His skin was black, his sexuality fluid, and his politics tended toward the left, a combination that was enough to turn him into a target for the FBI.

Agents began spying on Baldwin in 1960 because of fears he was “connected to several Communist Party front groups.” His role in civil rights also caught the attention of the FBI.

Book Chronicles FBI Special Agent’s Death in Shootout in 1935

Book by William E. Plunkett

Book by William E. Plunkett

By Steve Neavling

Bill Plunkett knows a thing or two about criminal investigations.

The former FBI special agent put those skills to use to investigate the death of FBI Special Agent Nelson B. Klein, who was killed in a shootout in Indiana in August 1935.

After scouring hundreds of news articles and FBI files, Plunkett published a book chronicling the life and death of Klein.

The book is called, “The G-man and the Diamond King: A True FBI Crime Story of the 1930s.”

The idea for the book came after Plunkett came across a Klein’s toppled gravestone.

The book chronicles how Klein’s life ended after a run-in with a suspect in a car-theft ring.

One of Secret Service’s First Female Agents to Protect President Writes Book

behind-the-shades-book-e1429300770480By Steve Neavling

A former Secret Service agent has published a book about her experience as one of the first women on the presidential protection force, The Hill reports.

Sue Ann Baker’s memoir, “Behind the Shades,” details becoming one of the first five female agents in 1971 – long after the Secret Service was launched more than a century ago.

“I was the first ‘girl agent,’ as they called us back then,” Baker told the Hill.

Seeing female agents wasn’t easy for a lot of them men, Baker said.

“There were a lot of guys that clearly didn’t want us there.”

The Secret Service also didn’t make it easy, she said

“When we first were brought into the White House police, the Executive Protective Service, first of all, they never thought to issue us uniforms,” Baker, 69, said. “So we really couldn’t do what the men did, you know, standing in the guard shacks around the White House, because no one would have ever acknowledged any of our authority because we’re standing there in skirts of varying lengths. No pants then.”

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