Administration covering up Benghazi diplomat disaster

November 7, 2012 

They all lied about Benghazi! Our Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta lied about the attacks on our delegation in Benghazi, and then to cover up his and the rest of this administration’s lies classified all the drone videos of the event to prevent the continued hemorrhaging of information by whistleblowers. Then he fired four-star Gen. Carter Ham (Africa Command) who wanted to save our people in Benghazi. He ordered the available Delta Force, C130’s and F16’s in Italy about one hour away to stand down, thus preventing air and ground support. Panetta did not do this on his own, he was ordered to do it by the president, the only person who can give such an order. Live feed of those videos from our drones, along with seal hydrophones voice communication as well as e-mail communications to over 40 separate White House points, as well as the CIA and NSA was on line from 9:45 p.m. Benghazi time until the attack was over seven hours later. This conclusively proves that Barack Obama lied, not once but repeatedly for weeks including to the U.N. General Assembly. The president refused aid to our American ambassador and his staff, not once but three times. Then our president commanded our “safe house” Benghazi staff to stand down from saving our people three times; thank God they obeyed the orders and saved 30 of our people, but were themselves killed. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lied, not once, but many times. U.N. Ambassador Susan E. Rice lied repeatedly on five separate Sunday TV news programs. As a U.S. Army veteran, I am utterly disgusted by the actions of our president and this administration. This makes Watergate look like a kindergarten event. Nobody was killed at Watergate! The president should be impeached; Clinton, Panetta, and Rice fired. Dr. Adrian Krieg Bradenton

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