Benghazi: What Did Obama Know, and When Did He Know It?
An interesting timeline here.
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“The day after the [Benghazi] attack, Governor, I stood in the Rose Garden, and I told the American people and the world that we are going to find out exactly what happened, that this was an act of terror, and I also said that we’re going to hunt down those who committed this crime.” — Barack Obama, second Presidential debate, 10/16/12
“[W]hy would you go out and have our ambassador to the un on five channels create a fairytale about all of this being an out-growth of a demonstration over a video? The answer is you want to cover up all of the security lapses, the intelligence lapses, the ignoring of the threat.” — Charles Krauthammer, fnc “Special Report,” 10/2/12
There you have it — the lie vs. the truth. For weeks, the Regime responded to the horrific murder of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans in the Benghazi consulate — on September 11 — by blaming an obscure YouTube video. We all witnessed Obama and his flacks do this, officially blaming the video on the record at least 28 times. The whole world saw it. But at the Hofstra University debate over a month later, Barack Obama attempted to erase reality, implying that he had always called the Libya attack “an act of terror.” It’s a damnable lie within a deceit within a sociopathy. Because the truth will set him packing.
As you’re bombarded with Obama fabrications to cover up one of the most shameful foreign policy failures in our history, you’ll need my timeline at the ready.