Russia and the data leaks associated with them is the topic at hand on this episode of "The Lawrence Jones Show." Lawrence poses the question, "Should there be leaks from the CIA?" He mentions how there have been leaks from the CIA and the FBI for some time now concerning Russia and Hillary Clinton.
"I don't care how damning the leaks are, we should not be having agents leak information at all," Lawrence tells us. "I don't care if it benefits whatever party, we shouldn't have a leak. They're breaking the law." Lawrence feels we should be careful who we're rooting for. These bureaucratic agencies' political ties can change from one side to the other rapidly, impacting the type of information that gets released.
Lawrence continues: "There is no doubt if you talk to the intelligence community, nonpartisan, that they (Russia) tried to impact this election. That is a problem for me." Lawrence voices his belief that we should be utilizing every asset at our disposal to investigate Russia for this security breach because "it's not a game."
He also points out that despite the Democrats' cries to the contrary, Russia's possible involvement did not cause Hillary to lose the election: "This is not how she lost. Is it a part of it? Maybe. But the fact of the matter is, people just didn't trust her."