State Department admits it knew Libya attack was terrorism
Original post made by Jarred, Midtown, on Oct 9, 2012
The latest news is that there wasn't actually ANY protest outside the consulate before the terrorist attack commenced:
Hmm, a bald-faced lie in attempting to cover up a terrorist attack against Americans. Say, maybe this Obama fellow is not the honest, transparent chap he's cracked up to be.
Before the attack on the consulate, the State Dept. concluded risk of violence was high:
However, the State Dept. went ahead and reduced the level of security at the consulate:
Obama seems much more concerned with defending Big Bird than protecting the lives of American diplomats. I guess if I were Obama, I'd also want to shift the discussion away from Benghazi, the $16 trillion national debt, the abject failure of green cronyism, Fast and Furious, and the solid majority of Americans who want Obamacare repealed.
As Obama said in 2008 "If you don't have a record to run on, then you paint your opponent as someone to run from ... you make a big election about small things".
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