Were U.S. Embassy Closings Politically Motivated?

Aug 6th, 2013 | By | Category: News Posts
Our Benghazi diplomatic facility in flames on September 11, 2012.

Our Benghazi diplomatic facility in flames on September 11, 2012.

Bill Gertz, a reporter for The Washington Free Beacon, reveals that the Obama Regime had knowledge of upcoming Al Qaeda attacks on embassies and consulates months ago.

Intelligence analysts interviewed by Gertz wonder if the Obama operatives timed the announced closing of 22 embassies in the Middle East to distract Americans from the Benghazi cover-up and other scandals within the regime.

As one analyst noted:

Why is this coming out now? Is the administration trying to suck up news coverage with the embassy threats to distract attention from what the CIA was doing in Benghazi?  

Former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Pete Hoekstra is concerned that Obama’s operatives are politicizing intelligence because “they have politicized everything. If there is any hint at all that this was politicized, it would be absolutely outrageous.”

A former White House intelligence official noted: “If you would lie about Benghazi and make up the story about the cause being a YouTube video, what else wouldn’t you do?”

Gertz writes of the CIA annex in Benghazi:

A CIA annex was attacked by the terrorists who carried out the Sept. 11, 2012, attack that killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens, and two CIA contractors and former Navy SEALs. The CIA was involved in shipping arms from Libya to Turkey and to Syrian rebels, according to U.S. officials.

The Obama Administration was covertly shipping weapons to Islamic terrorists in Syria to overthrow President Bashar Assad, while our diplomatic facility and CIA annex were overrun by more Islamic terrorists in Benghazi and four Americans were slaughtered. The Obama Administration dithered while these men died – and no help was sent to rescue them during the nine hour terrorist attack.

Read more on this at The Washington Free Beacon.  

 

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