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Testimony: State Dept Told Consulate To Stop Asking For More Security

by on October 11, 2012

The former security chief for the US Consulate in Benghazi Libya testified today in the House of Representatives that the US State Department asked him to stop asking for increased security prior to the deadly terrorists attacks on Sept. 11, 2012

http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2012/10/10/Former-Libyan-Security-Official-State-Department-Told-Us-To-Stop-Asking-For-More-Security

Is this for real?! What in the world…???!!!

3 Comments
  1. Anonymous permalink

    It would be very interesting to ask why an unelected white house advisor Valerie Jarette has secret service protection 24/7. Yet the state dept. deemed providing security to an ambassador working in a dangerous Islamic country was not an appropriate request? I would really love someone to ask that question.

    • Apparently no one in the government has half a brain to ask the incompetent “lifers” taking up space in our government offices, making lame-brained decisions such as Deputy Asst. Secy. of State (!!!) Charlene Lamb who stated in congressional hearing, “they had the correct number of security assets in Benghazi on the night of 9/11/12.” !!!!!!!! Can you believe this!!!!! AND, she’s never even been to Libya!!!!!!!!!!! These incompetent “lifers” need to be fired instead of being promoted just because they sit in a chair taking up space in our government offices year after year. Nothing but pure incompetence!!!!!!!

  2. guitargod permalink

    this Administration is PURE SCUM.. will pull the plug on this CESSPOOL NOV 6!!

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