Tom Ridge: I Was Pressured to Raise the Terror Alert to Help Bush

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Thursday, August 20, 2009 at 10:18 am

This revelation from former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge’s new book, nabbed by Paul Bedard, might shed some light on why Ridge passed on a 2010 U.S. Senate bid.

[He] was pushed to raise the security alert on the eve of President Bush’s re-election, something he saw as politically motivated and worth resigning over.

That’s a charge Ridge avoided every time it came up. On Aug. 3, 2004, he denied any such political pressure or politicization with a quote DHS recycled for every question on this.

We don’t do politics in the Department of Homeland Security.

If Ridge really quit DHS because it became so politically rotten, good for him; his successor Michael Chertoff, however, somehow managed to hold the job for four years without issuing a conveniently timed alert. And it’s worth remembering that the idea that Ridge might do this was seen, in 2004, as political conspiracy-mongering. In a Sept. 4, 2004 Washington Post piece, Richard Morin cited the “politicized color code” worry to make fun of skeptical Democrats.

Ever since Sept. 11, 2001, it has been an article of faith that the terrorism issue works to the huge political benefit of President Bush and to the disadvantage of the Democrats. As a consequence, some Democratic stalwarts privately wonder whether administration officials might spring a late October surprise in the form of an orange alert in order to help President Bush win reelection.  Such cynicism!

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jjfitz
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 3:05 pm

Good for you Gov Ridge, and thanks for setting the record strait, as you may have guessed many of us suspected it for a long time. But all that aside, this is important enough that we should all just want to wring it out make sure there is once again a divide between certain profession and politics. Many will say too late, but I say thanks and this is something I hope we can put to use. Enjoy your retirement, you earned it working for Cheney.

Thanks for the article Mr Weigel.

joe fitz


IanY77
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 3:51 pm

I guess all those conservative Bloggers who “QUESTIONED THE TIMING” (Jeff Godlstein, Dan Collins, I'm looking in your direction) will be apologizing sometime soon, right?

Why do I suddenly hear crickets?


smintheus
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 4:01 pm

On July 8, 2004 Ridge held a press conference announcing that the summer months would be particularly dangerous, and implying that heightened terror alerts probably would follow. Ridge claimed there was solid evidence for that, which he could vouch for. He stated:

“Credible reporting now indicates that al-Qaeda is moving forward with its plans to carry out a large-scale attack in the United States in an effort to disrupt our democratic process.

[...]

While we are not raising the color-coded threat level today, we are constantly reviewing threat reporting and strengthening the nation's security.”

But when asked why he was making the announcement at that time, given that the 'information' was months old, Ridge fumbled around incoherently searching for an answer:

“Question: Why give all of these briefings at this particular point and time?

Secretary Ridge: Well, actually, we started this process several months ago, and I think there was a — I gave a speech to the National Association of Broadcasters some time ago. I thought that in the post-Madrid environment, it would be very important on a periodic basis to, frankly, just give Americans an update as to where we are and what we are doing, and you can fully anticipate that in the weeks and months ahead, we will ask you to convene again for another update.”

Here's the transcript:

http://www.dhs.gov/xnews/releases/press_release…


strangely_enough
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 4:09 pm

Yeah, Tom, we know. It was pretty obvious at the time.

“Ever since Sept. 11, 2001, it has been an article of faith that the terrorism issue works to the huge political benefit of President Bush and to the disadvantage of the Democrats.”

Well, I have a hard time imagining a rational person could look at the 9.11.01 attacks, Bush's ridiculous resultant poll numbers, the complete lack of any consequences for anyone in charge, and the way the attacks (and the resulting wars they “justified”) were used to demonize Democrats and conclude otherwise.

But, then, I don't get paid to write fine journalismy stuff like:
'Two political scientists found that young people who watch Stewart's faux news program, “The Daily Show,” develop cynical views about politics and politicians that could lead them to just say no to voting.'
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/ar…

Or this:
“Naperville, Ill.: Why haven't you polled on public support for the impeachment of George W. Bush?
Richard Morin: This question makes me mad…”
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/di…

Needless to say, Morin's kind of an…


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johnny4
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 4:57 pm

my recollection is he also denied this on the daily show with John Stewart. liar.


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[...] Playing politics with terror was a relatively frequent occurrence in the Bush administration. In August 2004, the AP reported that even “some senior Republicans” privately questioned Ridge’s timing of a terror alert that came just three days after the Democratic National Convention. According to the AP report, “One top GOP operative, who works closely with Bush’s political team, said the White House appeared to overplay its hand, and voters may smell politics behind the warning.” David Weigel recalls this 2004 quote by Ridge: “We don’t do politics in the Department of Homeland Security.” [...]


narciso
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 8:13 pm

So Dhiren Birot, the Kashmiri born terrorist, convicted of the August plot, and imprisoned in the UK is innocent then


Chris R
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 8:51 pm

using fear to score political points? say it isn't so.


Ronk
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 8:54 pm

A little late now isn't it Tom Ridge? you should be arreste along with the rest of them.


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johnwildermuth
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 9:40 pm

This story has totally morphed from what Ridge actually claims: That Rumsfeld and Ashcroft were the ones pressuring Ridge to raise the alert status, AND THAT RIDGE REFUSED!

On Aug. 1, 2004 he only raised the alert status specifically for NY/NJ financial institutions. There was no general status raised for the whole country during the Aug-Nov. election cycle. So there's no issue about raising the alert status to help re-elect George Bush.

Also, the “sociologist” who found a correlation between the raise alert level and Pres. Bush's approval rating only found it to last one week, and didn't bother measuring when it fell off again. (Sell Al Kamen's Washington Post from Oct. 13, 2004).

Ridge is using the issue as his “epiphany” for why he had to leave government for a private sector job. In other words, he was shocked, SHOCKED that he was getting “political pressure” in a politically appointed job. Gasp! Who'd a thunk it!

Of course, one of those applying the “pressure” (Ashcroft) resigned after the 2004 election. And Ashcroft and Rumsfeld headed up the two departments that had significant intelligence operations and counter-terrorism responsibilities outside DHS. Hmm, gosh, the FBI and Defense Dept. are saying raise the alert level…and you ignore them? Especially when he admits to being out of the loop on intelligence briefings from, among others, the FBI?

Now if Ashcroft and Rumsfeld were really so ham-handed as to ask Ridge to raise the alert level to help re-elect George Bush, that's a decent story. I can almost guarantee that won't come out. Ashcroft will either deny the story or say that the FBI had reason to believe an attack might take place. Rumsfeld, as usual, will just ignore everyone.

To me it seems more of a figment of Secy Ridge's imagination. Gotta sell those books after all…not all pressure is political. Sometimes its financial too.


johnwildermuth
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 10:07 pm

Wait, it gets better. It ends up Ashcroft and Rumsfeld believe they have intelligence showing a good reason to raise the alert level, but (in Ridge's retelling) he was asking HIMSELF is this for security or political reasons? AND he convinces the White House to not raise the security level because he says it might look like its politically motivated!

OK, so Ridge won a POLITICAL battle by playing the politics trump card with the White House…AND WON!!

But Ridge didn't have any proof it was politically motivated – and further, the ones with the political motivation (the White House) backed Ridge to not raise the alert level.

Meantime, it should be remembered that Ridge was first mentioned as a VP choice for George Bush in 2000, and then as SecDef after Bush was elected. In both cases conservatives shot him down. Rumsfeld gets the SecDef job, and essentially cut Ridge out when Ridge was forming DHS, as did Ashcroft when DHS wanted the FBI. Sounds to me like score-settling with Rumsfeld and Ashcroft.
http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/09221/989665-176…


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WangChung
Comment posted August 20, 2009 @ 10:16 pm

“On Aug. 1, 2004 he only raised the alert status specifically for NY/NJ financial institutions.”

Did Tom Ridge predict the subprime real estate collapse?


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Little Los Angeles
Comment posted August 21, 2009 @ 5:16 am

shame on Bush.


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tonyssss
Comment posted August 21, 2009 @ 6:38 am

wow thats crazy


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Matt
Comment posted August 21, 2009 @ 8:54 am

I think whenever i do something wrong I'm going to say Bush made me do it too. Ridge and others like him were the ones who really ruined the Bush administration. Bush was a fine president who was unfortunate enough to be surrounded by imbeclies.


TomDegan
Comment posted August 21, 2009 @ 8:56 am

Sure, they exploited America's utter post 9/11 paranoia for the most base political reasons. Ridge's book is not news. The only thing newsworthy is the fact that someone who was in the know is finally admitting it. He should have written his book five years ago.

I knew what was going on in the hours leading up to the election of 2004. It was so freaking obvious, you had to be an idiot to miss it.

On the first posting on my blog on June 2, 2006, I wrote the following:

“PREDICTION: George W. Bush will be remembered in history, primarily, as the first (pray last) former chief executive to go to federal prison. Sound crazy? Stay tuned.:

I stand by those words.

http://www.tomdegan.blogspot.com

Tom Degan
Goshen, NY


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Amos South
Comment posted August 21, 2009 @ 3:12 pm

Ridge verifies the depth of G.W.'s duplicity and lying nature. It's miraculous that Bush didn't blame Bill or Hillary for the Sept 11, 1991 twin towers disaster. Ah, but that would have been been “faulty intelligence.” The doltish electorate might have bough into that… After all, they elected the incompetent bastard twice.


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Joey
Comment posted August 22, 2009 @ 5:15 am

Who in their right mind would be surprised to hear this about W?


Technology
Comment posted August 22, 2009 @ 7:04 am

This doesn't surprise me at all considering we are talking about George Bush.


jjfitz
Comment posted August 22, 2009 @ 7:30 am

Unless you can manifest subpoenas on what you have, just wish Gov. Ridge well. He gave us a ton more than what we had, even if its a semi-ton less than what we already knew.

May your grandchildren and you be happy, and what you have written might depoliticize our national threat meter soon. Go! be fruitless and not multiply!.


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jjfitz
Comment posted August 22, 2009 @ 7:42 am

That's batcrap, no potus is going to prizon. Cut the shit. Are you feeling like the whole country when you wish that? or a charged minority?


jjfitz
Comment posted August 22, 2009 @ 7:55 am

You're an idiot, no he wasn't. Gov Ridge is trying to tell you something important about the politiciation of our security. Stop pretending to be patriotic while you whitewash such a revalation.


jjfitz
Comment posted August 22, 2009 @ 8:03 am

I'm not saying you're wrong about alot of stuff Tom, I'm just saying the majority of Americans will not accept it no matter how lucidly the case could be expressed. A POTUS in irons goes far past what we have sofaras capability to envision, and as long as another army is not in our country predominant to ours, it will remain one we don't have to believe either. I'm not calling it right, just saying that's how it is.

We have to work this the other way.


jjfitz
Comment posted August 22, 2009 @ 8:54 am

If you're joking at least put a smiley face there or something, absent that it's probably the most retarded t hing ever posted on this site.


jjfitz
Comment posted August 22, 2009 @ 8:58 am

My understanding is that most of the people who read this site now, suspected it all along.


jjfitz
Comment posted August 22, 2009 @ 9:14 am

There's only two plays with Ridge, either charge him (with what?) and give him immunity to tesify, OR thank him for the news and adjust our security appropriately. Anything else?


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TomDegan
Comment posted August 23, 2009 @ 5:09 pm

Of course they exploited America's utter post 9/11 paranoia for the most cynical political reasons. Ridge's book is not news. The only thing newsworthy is the fact that someone who was in the know is finally admitting it. He should have written his book five years ago. He should have resigned at that moment. Shame on him for not doing so.

I knew what was going on in the hours leading up to the election of 2004. It was so embarrassingly obvious, you had to be an idiot to miss it.

On the first posting on my blog on June 2, 2006, I wrote the following:

“PREDICTION: George W. Bush will be remembered in history, primarily, as the first (pray last) former chief executive to go to federal prison. Sound crazy? Stay tuned.:

I stand by those words.

http://www.tomdegan.blogspot.com

Tom Degan
Goshen, NY


Mike_Licht
Comment posted August 24, 2009 @ 2:57 am

Republicans using political fearmongering ….

Everything old is new again.

See:

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