As shown in Part Three of this essay, Darrell Issa with one letter to Hillary Clinton and yet another to Barrack Obama has done this nation a great service. I have nothing short of the highest regard for Congressman Issa as he is one of the greatest political leaders we have in Washington today. Yet I find fault; not with what he has done, or not done, but what he cannot do. Politics is like a well choreographed dance production and Darrell has learned the methods well. I could not do what he does. I would find it impossible to refer to a lying corrupt piece of garbage as the 'The Honorable' Mr. or Ms. such and such, but then I don't have to. I am not a politician, and not being a politician I do not suffer the limitations that they do in regards to political correctness. Let none ever say that I am politically correct.
Congressman Issa has done a splendid job in pulling together such an overwhelming amount of evidence in regards to Benghazi but he is limited by having to work with the facts before him and speculation, no matter how well founded is out of bounds.
I speculate, and while the good Congressman at best can make Obama appear to be incompetent or disinterested I can peer beyond the illusion of incompetence and seek a motive. I for one have never felt that Hussein Obama is incompetent. He is a man with a mission, a goal, and a diabolical purpose gleaned from his mentors from childhood, his adolescence, and more recently his affiliations with the Shadow Party.
Darrell Issa may seem like a Prosecuting Attorney while questioning a witness but in the final analysis he is more like a juror and can only weigh the information that he has received and act accordingly. I, on the other hand, am more like a private investigator, free to go where a hunch takes me. Recall Part Two when the Admiral mentions that the Accountability Review Board was headed up by Thomas Pickering, chairman of George Soros' International Crisis Group. Anytime you see Obama involved in anything pull back the curtain and behold the wizard, for he is always there calling the shots. Count on it.
Let us dig deeper now and bring more of the Benghazi story to light.
From ABC News...
Documents Back Up Claims Of Requests For Greater Security In Benghazi ... October 19, 2012
One signed by Stevens and titled “LIBYA’S FRAGILE SECURITY DETERIORATES AS TRIBAL RIVALRIES, POWER PLAYS AND EXTREMISM INTENSIFY,” dated June 25, 2012, assess the increase in violence. ”From April to June, Libya also witnesses an increase in attacks targeting international organizations and foreign interests,” Stevens wrote, describing attacks on a United Nations official in Benghazi, International Committee for the Red Cross buildings in Benghazi and Misrata, and IED at the mission in Benghazi, and RPG fired at the British Ambassador’s convoy, and an attack on the consulate of Tunisia.
U.S. Memo Warned Of High Risk Of Libya Violence ... October 9, 2012
The regional security office for the U.S. Embassy in Libya compiled a running list of 230 security incidents through July 2012 in a memo that ultimately concluded that "the risk of U.S. Mission personnel, private U.S. citizens, or businesspersons encountering an isolating event as a result of militia or political violence is HIGH."
From The Foundry...
A Damning Indictment Of State Department Security In Benghazi ... October 22, 2012
Last Friday, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee released 120 pages of documents on the situation in Benghazi, Libya, from March 2011 to September 2012. In light of these documents, the denial of additional U.S. security personnel in Libya is shocking. The documents provide plenty of new material for tonight’s presidential debate.
Authors's note: Always referring to Obama as a "nice guy" Mitt Romney chose not to bring up the issue. How nice of him.
From Human Events...
Bombshell: Obama Administration Withdrew 16 Member Special Forces Team From Benghazi One Month Before Attack ... Oct 7, 2012
The Obama State Department withdrew a 16 member special forces team from Benghazi one month before the deadly attacks on 9-11. Lt. Col. Andy Wood was the leader of the 16 member special forces team whose job it was to protect US personnel in Libya. His team’s mission ended in August a month before the deadly Al-Qaeda attack on 9-11. A six member mobile security team was also withdrawn around the same time. This was despite the fact that there were over a dozen attacks in the country this year. Lt. Col. Wood was subpoenaed to appear at a House committee hearing this coming week. Wood told CBS News it was unbelievable to him that the State Department withdrew security when they did because of the 13 security incidents before 9-11.
From World Net Daily...
The Smoking Gun Of The Benghazi Coverup ... November 1, 2012
On June 6 of this year, a bomb planted at the U.S. compound in Benghazi ripped a 12-foot-wide hole in the outer wall.
Now I think it time to pause and reflect on items revealed above. As mentioned, Darrell Issa, in his position, can do no more than a jurist, weighing the evidence while not fully grasping or being allowed to present the motive.
On September 11, 2012, Benghazi was the most dangerous city in the world for an American Ambassador and this fact would have been known to the State Department. Our Embassies in London, Paris, and Moscow are far better protected than was Ambassador Stevens and his crew of CIA agents, in a far off hostile land.
I have shown that the Ambassador had requested additional protection. Not only was the request denied, the mere 16 men he had to protect him were withdrawn a month prior to the most dangerous day of the year. As Lt. Col Wood stated ours was the last flag flying. One gleaming target in a sea of hatred. That flag was targeted, and taken down, and hatred reigned supreme, via the untiring efforts of Barrack Hussein Obama.
In the role he must play Congressman Issa can do no more than imply gross negligence or dereliction of duty on the part of Obama. I am not the Congressman. I see premeditation.
Benghazi Reveal Part One
Benghazi Reveal Part Two
Benghazi Reveal Part Three