Justification for Benghazi Cover-Up Continues
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, testifying before the before the Senate Foreign Relations committee in January 2013, about the U.S. Consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya, angrily said:
Clinton's anger was her way of trying to avoid the issue, to justify the cover-up begun on September 12, 2012. At issue, avoided by Clinton, was whether or not the Obama administration had lied to us. Clinton tried to justify her testimony by portraying herself as a victim and tried to gain sympathy by making the attack a personal issue. >>>With all due respect, the fact is, we had four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest or because of guys out for a walk one night who decide to kill some Americans? What difference at this point does it make? >>>
As if Clinton's statement wasn't enough to express Obama's true feelings about Americans in harm's way, current Secretary of State John Kerry has doubled down on Clinton's statement. >>>
Kerry said that while testifying before the House Foreign Affairs committee. "We got a lot more important things to move on to and get done." Yeah, right. I can only assume, from Kerry's statement, that Obama, Kerry, Clinton, et al. keeping the entire U.S. population "in the dark" regarding what happened in Benghazi is much more important than telling the complete story and letting us decide whether Obama acted correctly (if at all) or not. >>>
And we even had Obama himself participating in the justification for the cover-up. In October 2012, Obama twice refused to answer question about the four Americans killed in Benghazi on September 11, 2012. >>>
So the cover-up continues. But what is more important is that the justification for the cover-up continues.
He's got better things to do than review the circumstances of the worst loss of life in the State Department in thirty years? He's got more important things to do than analyze data and prevent a recurrence of that? He's got more on his plate than the safety of Americans under his authority? What's more important than that? Has he found another rich widow in need of seduction? WTF?
What difference does it make?
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