Benghazi: One Year Later
So what have we learned in the last year?
That Obama Lies. Hillary Lies. Susan Rice Lies. The State Department Lies.
Everyone in the Administration lies about it.
Then the Ministry of Truth buries it.
And you get scorn and ridicule if you even bring it up to The Left.
“What Difference Does it Make?”
It’s deliberate. It’s Calculated. And it’s 1000% political.
That’s what we’ve learned in the last year.
The list of mea culpas by Obama administration officials involved in the Benghazi response and aftermath include: standing down the counterterrorism Foreign Emergency Support Team, failing to convene the Counterterrorism Security Group, failing to release the disputed Benghazi “talking points” when Congress asked for them, and using the word “spontaneous” while avoiding the word “terrorism.”
And blaming a You Tube video that had been out there 3 months prior and had had no effect in the region. But the Administration arrested it’s maker. It’s the only arrest they’ve made to date.
And that arrest wasn’t for making the video, which is a legal, constitutionally-protected exercise of free speech. It was for violating his probation in an earlier bank fraud case dating back to 2010.
Twelve months ago, the Christopher Stevens became the first US ambassador assassinated in the line of duty in more than three decades. He was murdered along with three other Americans during a chaotic, hours-long terrorist raid on two US compounds in Benghazi, Libya. Since that day, none of the terrorists responsible have been captured or killed, even though our intelligence services know where they are. Not a single government official has been fired over the historic security failures. And more than a dozen US diplomatic missions in “high risk” zones remain under-protected to this day. Nine months ago, I posed twelve unanswered questions about the Benghazi massacre; as of this writing, ten of them have yet to be adequately answered. The responses to the others reveal US incompetence and a politically-motivated cover up. Chris Stephen, the left-wing UK Guardian’s Libya-based correspondent, has meticulously reviewed the record of what really happened in Benghazi on 9/11/12, and contrasted it with the Obama administration’s “official” story. Here is the introduction from Stephen’s lengthy report: Read more…
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