Who Is J. D. Gordon?

J. D. Gordon, a retired Navy Commander, is a former Pentagon spokesman who served under both Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Secretary Robert Gates from 2005 to 2009.

Since leaving the Defense Department, Gordon has served as the Chief Foreign Policy & National Security Adviser to Republican Presidential candidates, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and corporate CEO, Mr. Herman Cain.

J. D. Gordon is what is known in the media as a positional expert. If you have a position that you need to bolster, you bring in the expert who will say what you already believe to be true.

Gordon, a contributing columnist to Fox News, The Washington Times, The Daily Caller and The Hill, regularly appears as a national security and foreign policy commentator on a wide variety of international, national and local Washington, DC television and radio outlets in English and Spanish languages.

Gordon is a Fox News commentator specializing in the Middle East. It is a specialty that he needs to devote more time and effort. He also needs to spend less time advising the likes of Herman Cain and Mike Huckabee. Gordon now has his own company, J. D. Gordon Communications. 

Gordon has a speed-rap that includes saying ISIS arose from the influence of Iran and Saudi Arabia. There is only one problem with this statement; Iran and Saudi Arabia are sworn enemies. They hate each other. Iran is a Shiite country and Saudi Arabia is a Sunni nation. Saudi Arabia has spent the last eighty years keeping Iran under their thumb in the Middle East. We helped all we could, and that is the source of the friction between the US and Iran.

Since leaving the Defense Department, Gordon has served as the Chief Foreign Policy & National Security Adviser to Republican Presidential candidates, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and corporate CEO, Mr. Herman Cain.

Gordon is not merely a Fox News commentator. He has been a guest on the Conservative Commandos Radio Show (Where the newsmakers go to be heard), and the Washington Times. He also claims to have been sexually harassed by a member of the press, according to this story. Why is this relevant? It does not appear to be. But it is some bizarre shit.

Gordon declined to elaborate on what, exactly, Rosenberg had said, but did say her comments made both him and some of his fellow service members uncomfortable.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/10/13/senior-cain-aide-accused-female-miami-herald-reporter-of-sexual-harassment/#ixzz44qrxI8sM

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Strange, androgynous man becomes Fox News Commentator.  Sound familiar?

There are a lot of experts in the media these days. Not surprisingly, they appear on both sides of each issue, and usually cancel each other out. They seem to be expert at doing just that; spinning a position that the press wants you to hear. You may think this is a non-issue that you are comfortable with, but there is a dark side to experts who favor one side of an issue. Homeland security is full of experts who do not hesitate to tell you that more money needs to be invested in, you guessed it, Homeland Security.

Lately, a lot of experts are telling us that the greatest threat to America is cyber-warfare. Cyber-warfare is just the kind of nebulous black hole that the government is more than happy to pour money down, and expect no clear result. This new threat has been enhanced by Hollywood movies that show computers that go nuts and kill people. ‘Eagle Eye’ comes to mind, although there are many.

The best experts work for the Department of Defense. They have convinced the majority of Congress that even the smallest cut to any of their treasured white elephants will result in the complete destruction of the entire country.

We’re being conned. We’re being conned into believing that the barbarians are at the gate. It sometimes appears that the con-men are at least as dangerous as the barbarians. We need to stand guard with that in mind.

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