Category Archives: Benghazi Coverup

A Few Last Thoughts Before You Vote

The Media Doesn’t Care

In Benghazi they were thrice denied support and then four Americans died knowing they had been abandoned. The media doesn’t want this to be a story and they are complicit in the cover-up. The so-called “watchdogs of democracy” are silent because they are so vested in the re-election of the man who bears the title “Commander in Chief” they simply don’t think it’s consequential that four Americans died.

For another story on the “missing in action” President and Media  Click here.

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Some passing thoughts 1/1/2012

How can this get any worse? Yet day by day we learn more that just boggles the mind. I don’t know how our guys and gals in the military can keep their morale up with this so-called “Commander In Chief” hanging them all out to dry or throwing them under the bus.

Pitchfork Patriots

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Posted by: Errol Phillips
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I notice more and more people coming out of the woodwork expressing their switching away from Obama from 2008.
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I guess David Brooks made a mistake in 2008 – That’s why so few take him seriously.

Who in the Administration knew about the obscure video in the first place and who made the final decision to put forth the fantasy of a mob reacting to film as blame ?

Educate yourself …. That’s who these people really are – Black Liberation Neo-Marixists. That’s how I see their politics … What they call themselves is self-serving at best. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/a-detailed-look-at-obamas-radical-college-past-and-were-not-talking-about-barack/

A real American hero: General Carter Ham was relieved of command within 30 seconds for trying to save Americans after he was told to “Stand-Down” 3-times.

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English: General Carter F. Ham, USA 2 nd Comma...

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What Really Happened In Benghazi?

Former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods was part of a small team at the CIA annex a mile from the U.S. consulate when Ambassador Chris Stevens and his team came under attack. When he and others heard the shots fired, they informed their superiors and requested permission to go and help out but were told to “stand down.” They again pressed their superiors for the okay to help but again were told to “stand down.” This is according to those who are familiar with the communication exchanges that day.

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