US Special Forces Told To Stand Down Night Of Benghazi Attack


Can’t keep their lies from coming out. Way to many people involved.
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Despite the constant falsehoods told by Hillary Clinton, President Obama and members of his administration, the deputy of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens who was killed along with 3 others during an attack on our consulate in Benghazi Libya on September 11, 2012, has told congressional investigators that a Special Forces team prepared to fly from Tripoli to Benghazi during the 4 hour long attacks was told they could not go by U.S. Special Operations Command South Africa.

The startling testimony from Gregory Hicks is in stark contrast to assertions and repeated lies from the Obama administration, which said that nobody was ever told to stand down and that all available resources were used. Mr Hicks gave private testimony to congressional investigators at the end of April in advance of his upcoming appearance at a congressional hearing this coming Wednesday. I’m sure we will all want to watch those hearings as Obama’s charade on Benghazi finally begins to unravel.

According to testimony excerpts released today, Hicks told investigators that SOCAFRICA commander Lt. Col. Gibson and his Special Forces team were getting prepared to board a C-130 from Tripoli for Benghazi prior to an attack on a second U.S. compound “when [Gibson] got a phone call from SOCAFRICA which said, ‘you can’t go now, you don’t have the authority to go now.’ And so they missed the flight … They were told not to board the flight, so they missed it.”



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