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September 17, 2012

Obama Libya Story Collapsing: Intelligence Source Says No protest at the Libyan Consulate at the time of Attack (Video)

Topics: Middle East News and Perspectives, Political News and commentaries

Yesterday, Powerlines' John Hinderaker asked: Is the Dam of Obama/Clinton Lies Beginning to Crack? (H/t - Nice Deb):

Barack Obama and his minions are so used to controlling the press that they seem to think they can get away with anything. Thus, the eruption of anti-American riots from Morocco to Pakistan, beginning on September 11, is chalked up to a spontaneous eruption of entirely understandable Muslim distress over an otherwise-unknown YouTube video.
Well, it turns out that the clear answer to John's question is a resounding yes, the dam of Obama/Clinton lies and distortion is most definitely beginning to crack, and crack wide open.

Via Gateway Pundit:

According to an intelligence source there was no protest at the consulate at the time of the attack. This totally destroys the administration's wild story that a protest over the YouTube Mohammad video was behind the murder of the US ambassador. This is damning new information especially considering the administration had warnings the area was not safe and reportedly refused adequate security at the consulate.

Planet earth to Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Susan Rice, and Hilary Clinton: The Middle East being in complete meltdown has nothing to do with a stupid video ... it has everything to do with a failed policy of appeasing and apologizing to radical Islam and bowing down and groveling to the Muslim world at the expense of our Constitutional right of free speech and our nation's image, respect, and prestige abroad.

Posted by Hyscience at September 17, 2012 10:23 PM

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