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President Trump and WH coronavirus task force give update on pandemic
As more government workers are sent home, coronavirus risks hobbling U.S. intelligence
National Security and Investigations Reporter
March 25, 2020
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Can’t work from home on national secrets. Home networks are not secure.
Dont worry the NSA and CIA still know when you sneeze at home
Just install a private server in a closet at home, it worked in the past right?
I don't understand, if nurses and doctors are still reporting to hospitals, I am pretty sure DOD employees can still report to NORAD.
OK, here's today's intelligence report:
- North Korea is busy dealing with COVID-19
- Iran is busy dealing with COVID-19
- China is busy dealing with COVID-19
- Russia is busy dealing with COVID-19
Adapt, Improvise, Overcome!!!
Come up with something between All or Nothing.
Have the Government Test all their Employees.
Quarantine the Infected Employees.
Each place Divide their Well Employees into 3 Crews.
Let each crew work every 3rd day and rest on Sunday. That way they work at least 2 days in the meantime and we get some degree of Social Distancing.
Arrest anyone who pats a woman or a man on the behind.. (Need a little humor to get us thru.)
"Well, they tell me I have enough intelligence to make up for the people who went home. They say I have more than enough intelligence. My people tell me sometimes I can be in a room full of intelligence people and my gut can provide me with more intelligence than anyone in the room. So we'll see. We're looking into it. Speaking of my gut, right now it's telling me someone bring me a Big Mac. With ketchup. They say we're playing ketchup right now. So get extra ketchup."
Not to worry members of the intelligence community. Great leader ignores your work anyway.
Thank you Yahoo for alerting the Russians, Chinese, North Koreans, Iranians and ISIS.
I find it funny that the people in this article talking about how it might hamper intelligence work don't actually work in the government for any of the intelligence agencies, so in other words they have no real idea about what they talk about like experts.
Gov't employees sent home with full pay and benefits...
People kill me with these gloom and doom articles. The CIA, NSA and others have already put measures in-place to deal with this, they're just not blabbing "what" they're doing to the media. Good for them.
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