Last Updated on January 1, 2023
Guideline G: Alchohol Consumption:
1. The Concern. Excessive alcohol consumption often leads to the exercise of questionable judgment or the failure to control impulses, and can raise questions about an individual’s reliability and trustworthiness.
2. Conditions that could raise a security concern and may be disqualifying include:
(a) alcohol-related incidents away from work, such as driving while under the influence, fighting, child or spouse abuse, disturbing the peace, or other incidents of concern, regardless of the frequency of the individual’s alcohol use or whether the individual has been diagnosed with alcohol use disorder;
(b) alcohol-related incidents at work, such as reporting for work or duty in an intoxicated or impaired condition, drinking on the job, or jeopardizing the welfare and safety of others, regardless of whether the individual is diagnosed with alcohol use disorder;
(c) habitual or binge consumption of alcohol to the point of impaired judgment, regardless of whether the individual is diagnosed with alcohol use disorder;
(d) diagnosis by a duly qualified medical or mental health professional (e.g., physician, clinical psychologist, psychiatrist, or licensed clinical social worker) of alcohol use disorder;
(e) the failure to follow treatment advice once diagnosed;
(f) alcohol consumption, which is not in accordance with treatment recommendations, after a diagnosis of alcohol use disorder; and
(g) failure to follow any court order regarding alcohol education, evaluation, treatment, or abstinence.
VERDICT: Kevin McCarthy’s counterintelligence risk of Alcohol Consumption is lacking any evidence to support anything other than a favorable determination. No substantive evidence was found at this time nor has come forward that would warrant concern on this adjudicative guideline. Nonetheless, if anyone has proven verifiable evidence to show to the contrary, please provide them to email@example.com
This report was originally compiled by Green Beret Veteran and Constitutional Attorney Ivan Raiklin and then censored by Substack.
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