Educating the Ignorant
- Dec 19, 2008
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Just minutes after 35 jihadists crashed through the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, nearly one year ago, the facility got word to the State Department, FBI and Pentagon that terrorists were attacking, according to a forthcoming book that provides the fullest review of the assault to date.
In “Under Fire, the Untold Story of the Attack in Benghazi,” it is revealed that an unidentified security official in the Benghazi compound protecting Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens messaged the U.S. embassy in Tripoli: “Benghazi under fire, terrorist attack.” Stevens and three others died that night.
Twenty-five minutes after it began, the operation center at State received an electronic cable announcing the attack, according to authors Fred Burton, a former State Diplomatic Security agent and Samuel Katz, an author and expert on international special operations and counterterrorism.
Their findings in "Under Fire," based on exclusive interviews of those in the battle, refute days of claims by the administration...
The authors note that at the time of the attack in Benghazi there were riots against U.S. embassies in Cairo, Tunis and elsewhere related to the film, “Innocence of Muslims.” That could have been the cause of initial confusion about the attackers, but the eyewitness accounts by State and CIA agents in the battle — backed by live video feeds from drones — should have erased any doubt.
Book: Clinton's State told Benghazi was a 'terrorist attack' minutes after it began | WashingtonExaminer.com
It's 3am and both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama... decided to have a nap. Then deceive. And deceive. And deceive. And deceive. And their propagandists decided to nap right along with them for days, weeks and months.
Stay tuned for more napping by Obama's Propagandists... after all, for them it's as Frau Felonious Bill Clinton stated "What difference does it make (it's only four dead Americans)?"
Who needs the truth? Who needs accountability? Certainly not the American people, nor the families and friends of those murdered by terrorists.