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Benghazi Report is Out

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Old_Trapper70, Jun 28, 2016.

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    Old_Trapper70 Well-Known Member

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    In spite of two years of hearings, investigations, lies from the likes of Limbaugh, and all of the other ********* surrounding this matter, here is the conclusion, or part of it:

    1. Despite President Obama and Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta’s clear orders to deploy military assets, nothing was sent to Benghazi, and nothing was en route to Libya at the time the last two Americans were killed almost 8 hours after the attacks began. [pg. 141]

    2. The Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff typically would have participated in the White House meeting, but did not attend because he went home to host a dinner party for foreign dignitaries. [pg. 107]

    3. A Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team (FAST) sat on a plane in Rota, Spain, for three hours, and changed in and out of their uniforms four times. [pg. 154]

    4. None of the relevant military forces met their required deployment timelines

    So, once again, the lies about Obama doing nothing are just that, lies.

    http://benghazi.house.gov/NewInfo

    Now, what about Hillary? Well, it is an election cycle so you cannot expect the Repugnant ones to try and discredit Hillary while ignoring the trash they have running for office:

    But the final section of Gowdy’s report does sharply criticize both Clinton’s use of a private email account and what it called the administration’s “shameful” stonewalling of the investigation. The report said the administration’s refusal to turn over all records to the panel made it impossible for committee investigators to say with certainty that they have reviewed all the facts surrounding the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi that left four Americans dead, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.

    “What may appear at first blush to be a lack of competence on behalf of the State Department now appears fully intentional and coordinated,” according to an exclusive copy of a part of the report that alleges the administration stonewalled Gowdy’s probe. “Delaying the production of documents sought by letter, informal request or subpoena has decided political advantages for those opposing the investigation.”

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/06/benghazi-report-obama-clinton-224854#ixzz4CuseEYlO


    And still, the Repugnant ones will ignore their role in the deaths of thousands because of their leaders lies, and their own failure to provide for the troops:

    But on March 19, the night before the 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, crossed the Iraqi border, Marines in Fox Company, drawn mainly from Utah and Nevada, learned they would not have armored vehicles equipped with powerful weapons. Instead, they would ride into combat in soft-sided trucks with few heavy arms.
    "It was probably one of the scariest things I had ever been told," Cpl. Scott Lee of Ogden wrote to his wife. "Everyone was freaking out. I had Lance Cpl. Arnold give me a [LDS priesthood] blessing, and he asked for one in return."
    In the days of fighting their way to Baghdad, Davis' and Lee's battalion, honored by the Reserve Officers' Association as the nation's finest Reserve infantry unit, found they were short on ammunition, hand grenades, signal devices, chemical weapon detectors and heavy guns.
    The Marines had to share night vision goggles and body armor. They ended up stripping needed equipment from wounded and injured comrades. They had no spare parts to repair weapons, radios, trucks or Humvees. Until the end of the fighting, they didn't even have spare tires.
    Because they did not have a satellite radio, their headquarters frequently lost contact with higher command -- contact necessary for learning the evolving war strategy and in calling for airstrikes, artillery or medical evacuation helicopters.
    At one point, food became so scarce that gunners held up signs to passing Army combat engineers scrawled with the words "Will Shoot for Food."

    http://www.rense.com/general39/waron.htm
     
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