Is Obama a Murderer? General Petraeus Comes Clean: White House Hid Terrorism and Murder at Benghazi Libya
Representative Peter King stated that former CIA Director David Petraeus testified he almost immediately knew the Benghazi attack was terrorism and that the talking points given to Ambassador Susan Rice were different from the ones prepared by the CIA. Petraeus stated Rice's talking points were edited to play down Islamist terrorism occurring on the Anniversary of the 911 Terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
This raises serious and possibly Impeachable questions. After two months, President Barack Hussein Obama has refused to say where he was and what he was doing when a well coordinated attack took place on U.S. facilities in Benghazi Libya. The 8 hour attack involved mortar and RPG rocket fire, resulting in the deaths of four Americans including the American Ambassador to Libya and Navy SEALS. Events were transmitted in real time to the White House itself.
We know that Barack Obama was in the White House at the time. We know that the following day, he flew to Nevada for a campaign fundraiser. We now know that for two weeks and long after intelligence services knew the truth of the attack, President Obama equivocated between the possibility of terrorism and the White House story that it was caused by an obscure YouTube video that had been around for months and few people ever watched.
For months prior, Barack Obama had been bragging about killing Osama Bin Laden, strongly inferring that he had eliminated the terrorist menace. This was in spite of evidence that al Quaida related forces were not only alive and well, but spreading throughout North Africa.
This raises the question as to whether Barack Obama ordered that available forces do nothing in the way of rescue, in the hopes that they could redefine the narrative and help in his re-election bid. If so, it can be stated that through High Crimes and Misdemeanors, Barack Obama is a criminal who has just been re-elected for a second term.
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