Emails Just Released Are Shredding Benghazi Cover Story To Bits
What started out as typical Clintonesque lies has grown ever larger to become the elephant in the room when it comes to the investigation into the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack on our Libyan Embassy in Benghazi.
During the hours, days, weeks, and even within the past year, the narrative of an anti-Islam film, the “Innocence of Muslims,” was blamed for what Clinton’s State Department and Obama’s administration ran around calling a “protest.”
We all remember that the film-maker himself, Mark B. Youseff, became the target of criticism, threats of violence, and federal investigation that led to his arrest on a trumped up charge of violating probation.
Well, it is looking more and more like the entire blame-the-film excuse was known to be in error within days of its release.
The Tripoli Embassy relayed the following in an attempt to set the record straight, by saying that their view at the Embassy, was; “…that we must be cautious in our local messaging with regard to the inflammatory film trailer, adapting it to Libyan conditions.
This person went on to add that if we, presumably the State Department, “…post messaging about the video specifically, we may draw unwanted attention to it,” and, “…it is becoming increasingly clear that the series of events in Benghazi was much more terrorist attack than a protest which escalated into violence.”
Even the Embassy knew the narrative was a lie. In fact, further incriminating emails prove that on the night of the attack, Clinton herself, pointed to the attack being Al-Quada-like. Yet they ran with the film excuse anyway.
In addition to asking how Benghazi came to be what it was, we must also ask why the film narrative was ceaselessly promoted despite broad knowledge that it was not true.
This is beyond failure of the State Department, and looks to be sinister and deliberate for reasons unknown.
Source: CNS News