Interrogation techniques used on a wicked enemy don't bother as many people as liberals thought

Washington Post:
Secret contracts reveal origin of CIA’s brutal interrogation program

New documents detail how the psychologists the CIA contracted were given wide rein to design punishing interrogation regimens for dozens of detainees and then evaluate whether their methods worked, all while securing increasingly lucrative follow-on contracts.
One of Trump's accomplishments during the current campaign is to take away the liberals' ability to shame people into not using enhanced interrogation methods.  There appears to be a surprising number of people who think the US should take these measures to save lives.  The discomfort of a wicked enemy does not concern them.

Trump's problem may be finding people to do the work because of fear of prosecution if the Democrats get back in office.


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