To protect the State Department, the Administration deliberately removed references to al Qaeda-linked groups and previous attacks in Benghazi in the talking points used by Ambassador Rice, thereby perpetuating the deliberately misleading and incomplete narrative that the attacks evolved from a demonstration caused by a YouTube video, says the report. - See more at: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/house-report-al-qaeda-maghreb-and-al-qaeda-linked-ansar-al-sharia-did-benghazi#sthash.Q1w4AWc2.dpuf
I thought it was a video that caused them to go nuts on the US? That’s what Mrs Clinton told us.
So the entire association with Al Queda was covered up for the election?
And we still don’t have the full report.
“Don’t shoot, don’t shoot, Dr. Morsi sent us”
Now will we hear that video played before Congress?
May the Truth of Benghazi come “out of Egypt” during the Morsi trial. Expose the Whole Truth, no matter who is hurt.
That's weid, didn't the then Secretary of State say something about faulty intelligence?
This Administration from Indonesia, Iran and
who knows where WILLINGLY
left Americans behind to be murdered and raped.
And what has the US Congress done??
They continued the treason, giving al Qaeda
both MANPADs and sarin.
Those who jumped off the WTC on 911 could not
have imagined the treason that was coming.
The media came to Obama’s aid even in the debates. Romney should have pressed the issue. Instead he shut up about it.
And the Slimes is covering for Hillary with this article here:
Peter King Blasts NYT Benghazi Report: ‘Misleading’
Sunday, December 29, 2013 08:01 AM
By: Newsmax Wires
One of the Houses top congressional experts on terrorism blasted a New York Times report published Saturday that says al-Qaida did not carry out the 2012 attack on the U.S diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.
The Times report, based on numerous interviews with Islamists in Benghazi, concludes that there was no evidence that al-Qaida or any other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault that killed four Americans on September 11, 2012.
Instead, the Times reports that the attack was fueled in large part by anger at an American-made anti-Islamic video, as the Obama administration first claimed.
But New York Rep. Peter King, member and former chairman of the Houses Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, told Fox News that the storys premise that other anti-American militias led the attack is at best academic.
Its misleading, King said. Its a distinction without a difference.