Skip to comments.Libyan Attack Was A Botched Kidnapping Attempt Ordered By OBAMA!
Posted on 11/01/2012 7:24:57 AM PDT by Portcall24
Came to me by email referencing this link. I know nothing about the organization, but the conspiracy theories are working their way to the ragged edge of reality, it appears:
Have seen bits and pieces of this line of analysis since the first 48 hours, but this clip sums it up and is exactly what happened. The poor shlub who posted the 'video trailer' is being kept in federal prison somewhere in So. Cal. because he was an expendable useful idiot recruited by agents of the Muslim Bros here in the States. They fear that leaving him free would allow him to sing like a canary and deal the true death blow to Obama. This entire Egypt-Libya plot was concocted in Dec. 2011. This Western Journalism report is precisely right. It was designed to boost BHO's 'foreign policy profile' and it backfired because the Ansar-Al Sharia gang linked to Morsi and Al Qaeda and the Muslim Bros failed to reach Stevens, who was in the safe room, so they set the whole place ablaze, probably concluding (wrongly) that the fire and smoke would force him and Sean Smith out into the street where they could grab him and hold him for ransom until the courageous American POTUS came riding in on his magnificent charger and agree to exchange the blind sheik Rahman for Stevens.
First came out in “Lame Cherry” blog about a week ago.
That all could have been done without an attack on the compound. Just setup a road block and nap him then. Much easier. The real question is, who was Stevens meeting with in Benghazi ?
Because it is the one explanation for BO's amazingly stupid reactions (before, during & after) that fits like a glove.
“Stupid is as stupid does.” Sally Fields in Forest Gump.
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