Let me start my review by saying there is one lie from Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Joseph Biden and just about everyone in the Obama’s Administration that could have flipped the election had it been known during the Summer of 2012 into the Fall of 2012. That lie is actually exposed, probably inadvertently, by Obama’s own Deputy Director of the CIA at the time, Michael Morell.
That is in PART THREE, BELOW.
Let’s start this review:
I don’t really know why any of us take anyone closely associated with the Obama Administration very seriously at all. I guess the only reason we do is that they have proven they have the power to destroy lives on the right with the total and complete blessing of the media that goes along with them in true lockstep.
Yesterday Politico published under the byline of Michael Morell an article titled “The Real Story of Benghazi.” For a moment I though, this is thrilling. The former Deputy Director of the CIA at the time of Benghazi is putting it all out there for all of us to read. He is ready to lay it all out and just give us the truth. The real truth is I was fascinated to see if he would tell the truth. I wondered if he would tell the truth or create a legacy piece for Obama and a cover piece for Hillary Clinton’s campaign. He did the latter.
Everything he needs to have declassified to tell his story, he obviously got it declassified. Yes – what HE needed to tell his story was declassified. Where are the emails that Congress has been asking for on this topic? Where was Barack Obama during this entire time? Who concocted the cover story? Why did the talking points get suddenly spun into fiction?
Like I said, Michael Morell, the former Deputy Director of the CIA had specifically what he needed to tell his version of the truth declassified while many questions remain unanswered and nobody from the CIA or the State Department at the time of the attack has been able to really get their story out.
Michael Morell’s spin starts in the first paragraph with his rendition of reality started with the setup sentence that would push the YouTube video narrative:
“Earlier in the day I had seen reports about an incident in Cairo that, although troubling, seemed to have ended without too much damage and with no injuries.” (Bolded and italicized for emphasis.)
Morrell then steps completely out of the world of reality with this from the tenth paragraph:
“… The social media posting encouraged demonstrators to storm our embassy and kill Americans. It turned out that our embassy in Cairo had independently picked up the same social media report and had already taken precautions. The ambassador and most of her staff were not at the Cairo embassy on 9/11/12 when a mob breached the walls of the compound, setting fires, taking down American flags, and hoisting black Islamic banners. News of what the protesters had accomplished in Cairo spread quickly through Arab media, including to Benghazi.” (We used red, bolded and italicized for emphasis.)