By Jon Christian Ryter


Today, the leftwing media is still not talkina about the emails. They would have been if the guy in the White was a Republican because they detail the manufacturing of a tragedy. The emails were sent from the US mission in Benghazi to the State Department, the CIA, the Pentagon and the White House situation room. The first of these emails were not sent on or around Sept. 11, 2012 as the White House initially led us to believe, but on August 27 when Ambassador Christopher Stevens reiterated to Washington about the ttwo earlier attacks on the embassy compound—the first one taking place in June. At that time, on Aug. 27, he requested a detachment of Marines at the Consulate.


I don’t know what Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said to Stevens, or Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, because I suspect neither wanted their fingerprints on the reply. I would speculate that some underling replied that his request was “…under advisement but for the present, he needed to get along with what he had because there simply were no other assets to spare.”

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Weiner’s ‘Sexting’ Revelations Miss the Real Juicy Stuff: Huma’s Muslim Brotherhood Connections

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In 8,000 words, the paper “of record” could find no room to mention Abedin’s  far more significant scandal in her own right. I refer to Abedin’s extensively  documented familial and professional ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.

These ties start with Abedin’s parents, who were recruited by Abdullah Omar  Naseef, a leading Muslim Brotherhood figure and later financier of the al-Qaida  terror network, to run a Saudi-supported think tank in Jeddah. The think tank  produces a publication called the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs.

Having studied the inter-relationships among the Abedin family, the Saudi  government and the Brotherhood in depth, former federal prosecutor Andrew C.  McCarthy explains the academic concept of “Muslim minority  affairs” – which, in effect, constitute the Saudi-funded, Brotherhood-supervised  Abedin family business – as “shorthand for a long-term, high-priority policy to  spread Islam until, finally, it comes to dominate the non-Islamic nations of the  world.”

To be sure, this is a giant red flag over the background of someone whom Van  Meter describes as the secretary of state’s “senior adviser.”

Meanwhile, he writes, “Clinton is a mother figure to Huma.” Bill officiated  at the Abedin-Weiner wedding. How can anyone with insight into Abedin’s  jihad-network connections – which includes her own long association with jihad  financier Naseef – not wonder whether Muslim Brotherhood influence subverted the  secretary of state’s policy-making during the “Arab Spring”? A less superficial  investigation of the Abedin-Clinton relationship might help explain why the U.S.  calamitously supports Muslim Brotherhood efforts to come to power across the  Middle East.

As Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., discovered last summer, however, asking a  responsible question about this apparent national security scandal is taboo. We  finally accept that Alger Hiss was a Soviet agent executing Communist strategy  through the secretary of state’s office in the 1940s, but we ignore evidence of  global Islamic influence inside the U.S. government today. We find ourselves  benumbed by sex-scandal details – the ultimate diversion from truly grave issues  of fitness for office.

The fact is, if Abedin’s Muslim Brotherhood connections compromised the  secretary of state, they would compromise her husband’s mayoral run in New York  City – and, come to think of it, her “mother figure’s” run for the White  House.

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