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“Spontaneous Protest” or “Premeditated Terrorist Attack”

If you believe that the deadly September 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi began “spontaneously” in response to an anti-Muslim video, then put your head back in the sand and read no more. However, if you are interested in knowing the facts leading up to and surrounding that tragic event, I urge you to continue reading.


Key facts:


The State Department disclosed there were no protesters at the Benghazi consulate prior to the attack on October 9 — a month after the attack.


On September 16, Libya President Mohamed Magariaf insisted that it was a planned terrorist attack. Magariaf also said the idea that the attack was a “spontaneous protest that spun out of control is completely unfounded and preposterous.”


Matt Olsen, director of the National Counterterrorism Center, was the first administration official to call it “a terrorist attack” during a September 19 congressional hearing. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the same thing on September 20.


The Times of London, reported, that General David Petraeus, who was head of the CIA at that time, made a surprise visit to Ankara on September 2, 2012


Fox Newsconfirmed that the Libyan-flagged vessel Al Entisar, which means “The Victory,” was received in the Turkish port of Iskenderun — 35 miles from the Syrian border — on September 6, 2012.


LibertyNEWS reported on September 6, a ship carrying 400 tons of cargo (much of it being arms), arrived from Libya. The ship was secured by Muslim Brotherhood operatives due to connections with Turkish government. Other Syrian insurgent groups were furious and wanted control of the weapons


On September 10, 212, LibertyNEWS, reported that Ambassador Stevens had arrived in Benghazito attend meetings with the CIA, a shipping company, and a government official from Turkey.


On September 11, 2012, U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, negotiated in Benghazi with two CIA cutout organizations before his final meeting with Turkish Consular General Ali Sait Akin.


A little over an hour later, security agent at the Benghazi compound heard “loud noises” coming from the front gate and “gunfire and an explosion.” The camera on the main gate revealed a large number of armed men flowing into the compound.


American Free Press spoke with David Smith, co-founder of an independent non-profit blog named Barracuda Brigade. Smith said, “According to our military sources, I can say with 98% certainty that the Benghazi attacks were uplinked by overhead drones to networks that included the White House Situation Room, State Department, and CIA headquarters so they could monitor the attacks in real-time.” Yet, almost immediately, Barack Obama issued a stand-down order before watching people die on camera. Obama then got up the next morning to attend a campaign rally in Las Vegas. When questioned about the possibility of a full-scale rescue, Smith answered: “We’ve categorically confirmed that the U.S. military had ships in Libyan waters 20 minutes away. It would have taken 10 minutes prep time and 10 minutes flight time, but Obama issued a stand-down order.”


On Sept 12, 2012––one day after the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya—Barack Obama appeared in the White House Rose Garden and pledged to capture those responsible for the assault. To date, only one individual has been arrested and charged with organizing the attack. Amid a slew of lies and ongoing cover-ups, Obama and his spokesmen now refer to Benghazi as a “phony scandal.”



Based upon the above facts, it is my conclusion that the “Obama Administration” put faith in and associated with some bad actors in that region in an attempt to get their dirty work done… because of the impending election and also because they had touted that the “Taliban and al-Qaidais on the run,” “ISIS is a JV (Junior Varsity) team,” and “Osama Bin Laden is dead.” The facts of Benghazi could not be allowed to surface, at least not without serious repercussions for a re-election campaign. I believe that American lives were lost because of the actions (or lack of action) on the part of the Administration, the CIA, and the U.S. State Department.

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