November 3, 2012

Benghazi's Smoking Gun

Patrick Buchanan, American Conservative

When did Obama learn that State was following the Benghazi attack in real time, that camera-carrying drones were over the city that night, that a seven-hour battle was fought, that desperate cries for help were being turned down. The CIA had to know all this. Did Tom Donilon of the NSC not know it? Did he not tell the president?

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, 2012, Benghazi, Libya

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