A week before the 2012 election, I wrote:
Someone at the highest level of the United States government made the decision to abandon American consular staff to their fate and cede U.S. sovereign territory to an al-Qaeda assault team — and four out of five Sunday news shows don’t think it’s worth talking about.
In the smoking ruins of that consulate in Benghazi, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods fought for hours and killed 60 of the enemy before they were overwhelmed, waiting for the cavalry that never came. They’re still waiting – for Candy Crowley, David Gregory, Bob Schieffer, and George Stephanopoulos to do their job.
Democrats and their media enablers openly giggle at the word “Benghazi” now. So funny, isn’t it? Those provincial simpletons at Fox News are still droning on about dead Americans in Benghazi as if anybody but their drooling rubes care about it, ha-ha… If the Democrats are right about that, it doesn’t speak well for the American people. Those four Americans died serving the United States – not Obama, not Clinton, but their fellow Americans. And they’re owed not the mawkish, hollow, self-serving eulogies written by hack staffers for the President and the Secretary of State to read over the coffins, but the truth about how and why they died. It’s odd, even for the insular Obama cultists, that so many people find that a laughing matter.
(Excerpt) Read more at steynonline.com …
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The Cavalry That Never Came … Mark Steyn
Tosh Plumlee, a former career contract pilot for the CIA, tells what he believes was really going on in Benghazi:
An illegal international arms trade with our enemies, and our government’s involvement in a conflict that we then helped escalate into a civil war, ship weapons to BOTH sides of that conflict, we store those weapons to CIA safe houses on a program that is basically nothing more than money and profits. Selling the weapons, transferring the money to foreign companies, foreign agents, and using those weapons coming out of our stockpile which are
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