“An April 19, 2012, cable bearing Secretary Clinton’s signature acknowledged requests for additional security, but nevertheless ordered the withdrawal of security assets to proceed as planned,” the chairmen of five House committees wrote in a letter to Mr. Obama.
“Given the gravity of this issue, we request that you immediately make the April 19, 2012, State Department cable public.”
I'm guessing the WH didn't release this e-mail.
Stevens had a very personal connection to the area, one that he nurtured while there during war, and it would not have been enhanced had he returned with a large security entourage. I doubt the British felt such a connection.
"But if you read through all these e-mails, you see that everyone in the government is saying, 'Oh, let's not tell the public that terrorists were involved, people connected to al Qaeda. Let's not tell the public that there were warnings.' I hate to show, this is one of the documents with the editing that one of the people in the state department said, 'Oh, let's not let these things out.' And I have to go back 40 years to Watergate when Nixon put out his edited transcripts to the conversations, and he personally went through them and said, 'Oh, let's not tell this, let's not show this.' I would not dismiss Benghazi. It's a very serious issue. ..."
Now all we need is for that buffoon Obama to come on "The View" and say: "I am not a crook, but I am working on my hook [shot] ..."
Can't wait to see Barry and that cheap grifter Michelle frog-marched out of the White House ...
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