Ex-Secret Service agent reveals ‘black helicopter’ truth…’I don’t want to frighten anybody – but he doesn’t seem to be limited at all’
Nov. 22, 2013
A former Secret Service agent whose book now is blazing its way through Amazon’s best-seller charts, currently ranking 38th overall and No. 2 in both law enforcement and the intelligence and espionage categories, says he’s concerned that the White House doesn’t seem to recognize limits on its power.
Former agent Dan Bongino’s new book “Life Inside the Bubble: Why a Top-Ranked Secret Service Agent Walked Away From It All,” has just been released, and reveals what goes on in the White House after the news cameras are shut off.
In an interview with WND, Bongino said one of his concerns is that, through the devastatingly unsuccessful Obamacare program, the president “doesn’t seem to have any respect for the limits of executive power.”
“I don’t mean that to sound conspiratorial – I’m not trying to sound black-helicopter here, and I don’t want to frighten anybody – but he doesn’t seem to be limited at all by the constraints built in to our system of government,” he said.
Where could the president take Obamacare?
“I don’t know,” Bongino told WND. “Does he force by executive order doctors to accept Medicaid patients and Obamacare patients, even those who are in the process of getting insurance?”