Thursday, January 16, 2014


Some Key Revelations from the Senate Report on Benghazi: The bipartisan Benghazi report the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) is...a damning document. - Larry Johnson/No Quarter

This report shreds the credibility of the New York Times, who attempted to push the lie that the attack was motivated/inspired by some insipid video. Nope. The SSCI report eliminates any doubt that what happened in Benghazi was a terrorist attack that was carried out by Islamic extremists, many with ties to Al Qaeda....

(The)conclusions are political death for Hillary Clinton and provide a withering tool that will enable critics and competitors to bludgeon and shred her Presidential aspirations on several fronts. The woman whose campaign tried to mock Barack Obama as ill-prepared to handle a crisis at 3am, demonstrated callowness and ineptitude. She lied to the families of the victims and American public about the attack in Benghazi. But her real failure occurred before the lie about the video. As the event unfolded she failed to answer the phone that was ringing at 5pm in Washington, DC as American diplomats were under fire. The most appalling failure was her reaction to news that Ambassador Stevens was missing. Within an hour of the attack, we now know from the report, Ambassador Stevens was believed to have been kidnapped by Islamic radicals. Page 7 of the SSCI report describes in detail the chronology of events in the so-called “consulate” during the first 40 minutes of the attack and includes this remarkable admission:
During this time, State and CIA personnel re-entered the burning compound numerous times in an attempt to locate Ambassador Stevens, but to no avail. Under the impression that the Ambassador “had already been taken from that compound and that he’d been kidnapped,” the leader of the Annex security team decided that U.S. personnel needed to evacuate to the Annex for their safety.23 DS special agents agreed with the decision to evacuate.
That information was reported immediately, and at the highest priority, back to U.S. officials in Washington, and that includes, among others, Hillary Clinton. And what did Hillary do? Hillary, backed by her key senior deputy, Under Secretary for Management Patrick Kennedy, refused to treat this as a terrorist incident and shunned following standard crisis response protocols developed for dealing with the suspected kidnapping of a U.S. Ambassador. At a minimum, Hillary should have fully engaged the Counter Terrorism Office and Staff at State to initiate contingency planning. She issued no such order. Instead, she spent her time concocting the nonsense that the attack was provoked by an obscure anti-Mohammed video.

15 More Benghazi-Related Victims Murdered: Does it Matter Now Hillary?
- Freedom Outpost

Krauthammer: The Only People Who have Been Held Accountable For Benghazi Are 15 Libyans Who Are Now Dead (Video) - Nice Deb

The Benghazi timeline catalogues Obama’s continuous campaigning even as terrorist forces vowed Libyan attacks and State Department officials were warned of security threats. - Wynton Hall/Breitbart

The government watchdog group that revealed that President Barack Obama failed to attend over half of his daily intelligence briefings (known officially as the Presidential Daily Brief, or PDB) released a devastating Benghazi timeline Wednesday.

It reveals Obama’s schedule in the week leading up to the terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens....

As the GAI timeline reveals, Obama failed to attend his daily intelligence briefing for the five consecutive days leading up to the September 11, 2012 attack of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.

The day following the deadly attacks, Obama departed for a Las Vegas campaign rally.