General Hugh Shelton's Book Claims Bill Clinton Lost the 'biscuit' Nuclear Missile Launch Code Card

by the Left Coast Rebel

A relationship with a young intern, impeachment, secrets sold to China, a mysterious death of a top administration official, untold scandals. It seems that Bill Clinton's aloofness, incredible character flaws and Bubba-the-fratboy behavior may have put the country at more risk than we even considered. Hint - as his trouser were crumpled up on the ground in the corner of the Oval Office, somethin' went missin'.


Former President Bill Clinton lost the biscuit - a card with the codes needed to launch a nuclear attack - and couldn't find it for months, a former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has revealed.

"At one point during the Clinton administration," Gen. Hugh Shelton recalled, "the codes were actually missing for months. That's a big deal - a gargantuan deal," he told ABC World News.

Bubba's scary blunder is described in Shelton's just-published memoir, "Without Hesitation: The Odyssey of an American Warrior."

Shelton claims the story is new, but another military man told a similar account in his book seven years ago that included a possible excuse for Clinton's knuckleheadedness.

Incredible stuff and an amazing allegation coming from a former Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staffs. Even more amazing, I still look to Bill Clinton's tenure as a walk in the park compared to the Boy-King socialist that we have today.

What times we live in, what times.

1 comment:

  1. Vincent Foster quote "I was not meant for the job or the spotlight of public life in Washington. Here ruining people is considered sport."
    So he either knew too much or had a conscience...


Commenting here is a privilege, not a right. Comments that contain cursing or insults and those failing to add to the discussion will be summarily deleted.