Thursday, June 30, 2016


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Benghazi: US Military Did Not Meet Its Required Deployment Deadlines 

by Maggie
Listen as we learn how our military was not scheduled for any increased security measures in the middle east on the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attack. In fact, other activities were underway on 9/11/12 Croation was in the middle of a long-planned training exercise. "Refueling tankers were based in England. Fighters in Aviano, Italy were undergoing a review and were disassembled. Fleet Anti-Terror support teams in "ROTA Spain did not have their own vehicles or air craft. Aviano would have to wait for transportation to arrive from Germany." The timeline in the video is one of the best I've seen. This is Democrat governance –– Deadly incompetence on full display.

My snippet loose transcription from the video:
Shortly after 5 pm, Leon Panetta issued very clear directions to Obama: "Do everything possible to save Americans." By 7 pm Panetta gave another very clear order: he said to "DEPLOY." Two hours passed before Panetta's order was received. 
It is concerning that none of the US forces ordered to deploy met their required deployment timeline. Ultimately, the Americans in Benghazi were evacuated by Libyans who got them to the airport and flew them to Tripoli. None of the US military ordered to deploy, met their deployment timelines.Special Operations forces in Croatia eventuallly landed in an intermediate staging base in Europe.Twenty-two hours after the attacks began Special Forces from the US arrived there (at the same place in southern Europe) ninety minutes later. A FAST [(Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Teams (FAST] platoon was picked up by a C-130 from Germany and arrived in TRIPOLI ON September 12th. [Not so fast] Nearly twenty-four hours after the attacks began F-16s from Aviano Italy were not deployed for multiple reasons, ...

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Rep. Roskam on military relief (no relief) to Benghazi>
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Napolitano – Clinton Gun-Running To Terrorists, Secret Benghazi War

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Judge Andrew Napolitano has some facts and conclusions about the Benghazi attacks that, as they say, you won’t hear on any of the other networks. He says, “It is not disputed and not disputable that Hillary Clinton knew the truth and lied about it and perpetuated the lie for weeks after Benghazi.”
“We know that,” he says, “because we have seen an email she sent to her daughter Chelsea, lamenting in the email in a brief way a fair and accurate description of what happened. We were attacked; we were defenseless. She didn’t use those words but that’s the essence of it.”
He says, “Nevertheless she went out and perpetrated the myth. She even perpetrated the myth that this was caused by a video as the bodies of Ambassador Stevens and the three others were being received at McGuire Air Force Base.
“Second thing, and here’s where Donald Trump can drive a truck through this hole,” says Judge Napolitano, “the committee does not go there. The committee does not ask, ‘Where did the weapons come from?’ The weapons came from Hillary Clinton’s secret or approved by ‘president’ Obama, consented to by leadership in both houses and both political parties, to rid Libya of Colonel Gaddafi.”
Napolitano says, “That information is in the public domain, because I have seen it, is people have to know where to get it. There’s a person that is being prosecuted by the federal government who has released thousands of pages of documents in his own defense in a criminal case in Arizona. The essence of which is, “Mrs. Clinton concocted the idea; she wanted to depose Gaddafi. She presented this to ‘president’ Obama, congressional leadership; they went along with it, they kept it under wraps.”
“In order to depose him,” says the Judge, “she, as secretary of state, authorized the shipment of weapons to terrorist groups, militias/terrorist groups, some of whom killed Chris Stevens.” He notes that while the committee didn’t get to all of the truth, “but it got to a truth that the American public needs to know about; Hillary Clinton’s regular, consistent, systematic, persistent capacity for lying.”
Others were lying in the White House as well, with that same video narrative being regurgitated by Hussein Obama on the view two weeks after the incident.

45 Page Analysis Of Report Shows Conclusively That Hillary Misled America About Benghazi Murders

A 45-page analysis of the Benghazi Committee’s investigative report released Tuesday by a pair of Republican congressmen lays out in devastating detail the lengths to which Hillary Clinton went to obscure the motives behind the murder of four Americans in Libya in 2012.

The attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others on Sept. 11, 2012. Reps. Jim Jordan and Mike Pompeo amassed ample evidence that then-Secretary of State Clinton quickly learned that the killings resulted from a organized terrorist attack.
“Yet, Secretary Clinton and the administration told one story privately — that Benghazi was a terrorist attack — and told another story publicly — blaming a video-inspired protest,” wrote Jordan and Pompeo, who said they wrote their report to highlight what they regard as the most important parts of the forthcoming official report of the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

Hillary Clinton Makes Statement On Benghazi Report | MSNBC

Hillary wants you to, please, stop investigating what really happened in Benghazi. It's wearing her out and she would very much appreciate it if we could all just move on. After all, what difference at this point does it really make? Thank you.
Indeed, in her Oct. 22 testimony before the Select Committee, Clinton blamed conflicting reports for the differences in her public and private statements on the motivations behind the attack. The report issued Tuesday by Jordan and Pompeo indicates there was overwhelming and immediate evidence in Clinton’s hands that it was a coordinated attack that had nothing to do with the video.
Democrats on the committee released their own report Monday, dismissing the investigation as “the ongoing Republican obsession with conspiracy theories that have no basis in reality.”
But it is hard to refute the written record showing Clinton and other administration officials clinging to their story that the attack started as a spontaneous protest over on obscure anti-Muslim internet video made by an American. Here is a timeline in the report:
Sept. 11, 2012
What they said in public: Clinton issued a statement at 10:08 p.m., before the attack was even over: “Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior as a response to inflammatory material posted on the internet.”

Hillary Clinton's Fiery Moment at Benghazi Hearing:

What they said in private: Hours earlier, though, at 6:49 p.m., Clinton told Libyan President Mohammed al Magariaf that there was “a gun battle ongoing, which I understand Ansar as-Sharia [sic] is claiming responsibility for.” In an email to daughter Chelsea at 11:23 p.m., she made no mention of the video. “Two of our officers were killed in Benghazi by an Al Qaeda-like [sic] group.”
Sept. 12, 2012
What they said in public: Clinton said in public remarks that officials were trying to determine the motives for the assault. "Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior, along with the protest that took place at our embassy in Cairo yesterday, as a response to inflammatory material posted on the internet," she said.
What they said in private: In a summary of a call between Acting Assistant Secretary Beth Jones and Libyan Ambassador Ali Aujali, Jones said, "I told him that the group that conducted the attacks — Ansar Al Sharia — is affiliated with Islamic extremists."

Mother of Benghazi victim fires back at Hillary Clinton:

An email from State Department official Jacob Sullivan to the U.S. embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, rejected the public contention that the attack in Libya was linked to a protest that had occurred in Cairo, Egypt.
"There was not really violence in Egypt [and] we are not saying that the violence in Libya erupted 'over inflammatory videos,'" he wrote.
Clinton herself rejected the protest theory in a statement to then-Egyptian Prime Minister Hesham Mohamed Qandil: "We know that the attack in Libya had nothing to do with the film. It was a planned attack — not a protest ... Based on the information we saw today we believe the group that claimed responsibility for this was affiliated with al Qaeda."
Under Secretary Patrick Kennedy, in briefing with congressional staff, said, "No, the attack was a direct breaching attack." He also differentiated it from the Cairo incident. "Attack in Cairo was a demonstration. There were no weapons shown or used. A few cans of spray paint."
Sept. 13, 2012
What they said in public: In remarks in Morocco, Clinton again blamed the online anti-Muslim film. "To us, to me personally, this video is disgusting and reprehensible. It appears to have a deeply cynical purpose: to denigrate a great religion and to provoke rage."

Obama and Hillary Blame Youtube Video for Benghazi Terrorist Attack as Coffins Arrive:

Even as the words first came out of her mouth, Hillary knew that blaming the terror attack on a video was a complete and total lie. But that's what liars do. They lie.
What they said in private: A summary of a call between Deputy Secretary Thomas Nides and the Egyptian ambassador to the United States states: "Nides said he understood the difference between the targeted attack in Libya and the way the protest escalated in Egypt."
Sept. 14, 2012
What they said in public: White House press secretary Jay Carey said at a news conference, "We have no information to suggest that it was a pre-planned attack. The unrest we've seen around the region has been in reaction to a video that Muslims, many Muslims find offensive."
That is consistent with an email sent that evening by White House adviser Ben Rhodes to Carney and others that it was important "to underscore that these protests are rooted in an internet video, and not a broader failure of policy."
The father of Tyrone Woods, one of the fallen Americans, wrote in his diary that during a ceremony for the return of his son's body, "I gave Hillary a hug and shook her hand, and she said we are going to have the filmmaker arrested who was responsible for the death of my son."
The mother of another victim, Sean Smith, similarly said, "We were nose-to-nose at the coffin ceremony. She told me it was the fault of the video. I said 'Are you sure?' She says, 'Yes, that's what it was ... it was the video.'"
What they said in private: An email from a State Department press officer in the embassy in Tripoli urged colleagues not to draw attention to the video. "And it is becoming increasingly clear that the series of events in Benghazi was much more terrorist attack than a protest which escalated into violence," the officer wrote.
Sept. 15, 2012
What they said in public: That did not stop President Obama in his weekly radio address from declaring that the "tragic attack takes place at a time of turmoil and protest in many different countries."
What they said in private: Clinton made no mention of a protest or video in call with the Libyan prime minister-elect.
Sept. 16, 2012
What they said in public: U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, in interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Channel, said, "But we don't see at this point signs this was a coordinated plan, premeditated attack."
What they said in private: In an email to media officers, a public affairs officer at the U.S. embassy in Libya wrote that there was evidence that a second attack on the diplomatic mission's safe house could not have occurred without coordination and organization by the attackers. "This goes against statements that the attacks were not carried out by a single group but by an angry multitude protesting," the officer wrote.
Sept 17, 2012
What they said in public: State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland stood by Rice's remarks on the Sunday news shows. "Ambassador Rice, in her comments on every network over the weekend, was very clear, very precise, about what our initial assessment of what happened is," she said.
What they said in private: Responding to instructions to link the attack in Benghazi to the protest in Egypt, a press officer in Libya wrote in an email, "I really hope this was revised. I don't think we should go on the record on this."
Sept. 18, 2012
What they said in public: Carney told reporters, "I would point you to what Ambassador Rice said and others have said about what we know thus far about the video and its influence on the protests that occurred in Cairo, in Benghazi and elsewhere."
What they said in private: In a written statement to a congressional panel, Deputy CIA Director Michael Morrell wrote, "The critically important point is that the analysts considered this a terrorist attack from the very beginning."
In an email exchange about an article quoting White House officials as seeing no signs of a premeditated attack, one State Department security agent asked another, "Can you believe this?" The second agent asked the first if there had been any rioting reported in Benghazi before the attack.
"Zip, nothing, nada," the agent responded.
Sept. 19, 2016
What they said in public: In a cable to all U.S. embassies, Clinton warned of widespread violence at diplomatic posts across the Muslim world. "The proximate cause of the violence was the release by individuals in the United States of the video trailer for a film that many Muslims find offensive," she wrote.
Sept. 20, 2012
What they said in public: At a Univision Town Hall event, Obama was still trying to determine what happened in Libya. "What we do know is that the natural protests that arose because of the outrage over the video were used as an excuse by extremists to see if they can also directly harm U.S. interests." source
Laura  J Alcorn
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