BREAKING: Images Of Actual Hilary Emails About Benghazi Are Revealed
Talk about a game of he-said/she-said. That and after reading the linked article you will get the impression that Susan Rice ought to get herself accustomed to what it will feels like to have a giant bus tire roll over her head, because it kind of looks like she is about to be thrown under said bus.
This is evident in the “compilation” email sent to Hillary Clinton, by her assistant, Jacob Sullivan, regarding public declarations as to the cause of the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack on our Benghazi, Libya embassy that resulted in the deaths of our Ambassador (Christ Stephens), and three additional personnel.
“Attached is full compilation. You never said spontaneous or characterized the motives. In fact you were careful in your first statement that we were assessing motive and method. The way you treated the video in the Libya context was to say that some sought to *justify* the attack on that basis” (9-24-2012).
It would seem that Susan Rice was taking her talking points directives from….?
That remains to be seen, because earlier Sullivan emailed Clinton, saying Rice was “pushed” by the press, or so he appears to intimate, regarding how things may have gone differently, but that “…she did make clear our view that this started spontaneously and then evolved” (9-16-2012).
This is in juxtaposition to that which Hillary informed her daughter of on the night of the attack, via email (9-11-2012; redacted in part);
“Two of our officers were killing Benghazi by an Al Queda-like group. The Ambassador, whom I handpicked and a young communications officer on temporary duty w[ith] a wife and two young children. Very hard day and I fear more of the same tomorrow.”
Obviously, these are two very different tales.
One put out for public consumption, and the other for who?
Just the Clinton family?
The Administration? In which case, Rice was surely aware, right?
The investigation by the House Committee continues…to what end, is anybody’s guess.
Source: CNS News