1151043_604014536288667_1813060294_nEPOThe Obama administration deliberately lied to the American people and to congress over the Benghazi attack. Fearing that Mitt Romney would get political points if Obama suffered a foreign policy setback, they decided to just lie about the entire thing until after the election.

They claimed Benghazi was about a YouTube video. They claimed that they were informed this by the CIA. Hillary played her role for weeks. At one point, she even stood in front of the caskets of those who died and lied to their parents about the “YouTube” video.

Now, General Carter Ham, the general over US forces in Africa at the time, who had direct knowledge and was involved during the Benghazi attack, has come forward in testimony and has made it clear that within hours, they knew that the attacks had nothing to do with the YouTube videos — it was an attack, not a protest.

From Fox News, emphasis mine:

“The former head of U.S. forces in Africa, General Carter Ham, told the Aspen Security Forum that it quickly became clear the assault on the American consulate in Benghazi last year was a terrorist attack and not a spontaneous demonstration.

It became apparent to all of us quickly that this was not a demonstration, this was a violent attack,’ Ham said. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton initially had portrayed the embassy attack as a response to an inflammatory internet video.”

Hillary Clinton said the attack was a ”response to inflammatory material posted on the internet”. She lied to congress, which is a felonyShe’s been bustedThere needs to be a special prosecutor to bring her to justice.

If a bureaucrat commits a felony, the response should be the same as if it was anyone else. Please “recommend”, if you agree!

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