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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Lucky Obama. What if the Benghazi Leaks Had Hit The Fan Before Election Day?

The details about how United States President Barack Hussein Obama and his then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton handled the Benghazi crises is just now getting big play in the media. 
Friday, in a bombshell report that blew the long-simmering Libya scandal wide open and right into the arms of the mainstream media, ABC's Jonathan Karl reported that an email written by Rhoades specifically mentioned the State Department's concerns about the CIA talking points. Here is how Karl transcribed the Rhoades' email:
We must make sure that the talking points reflect all agency equities, including those of the State Department, and we don’t want to undermine the FBI investigation.  We thus will work through the talking points tomorrow morning at the Deputies Committee meeting.
Though this point wasn't the main focus of Karl's report, it was important because it showed that the White House was backing State in pushing inconvenient facts out of the talking points -- this included the fact that terrorists were behind the attack and that State had been negligent when it came to providing security for our diplomatic mission.
In the end, as we now all now know, and apparently due to the prodding of Hillary Clinton's right hand woman at State -- Victoria Nuland, the talking points ended up being completely wrong, which resulted in the American people being misled by the Obama Administration, straight through to a speech the President gave at the United Nations almost two weeks after the attack.
Do you think he would have been elected? 

The Benghazi terror attack was an issue in the campaign, but now it has been revealed that Obama had fudged his answers and statements about it.  Or should one say lied?  What's really clear and was clear all along to many was that the United States Government did reacted totally incorrectly.

And now, will this be the death of Hillary Clinton's last chance for the presidency?  Stay tuned...

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