Liberals have gone foaming at the mouth to defend their messiah on the issue of Benghazi. The New York Times reported, “Focus Was on Tripoli in Requests for Security in Libya” to try to deflect blame away from Obama and the State Department.

But after the debate last night, Obama sought after one of his questioners in order to clarify his answer, even as it contradicted what he said in front of the cameras when Romney slammed him for not admitting Benghazi was a terrorist attack until weeks later. 

He also said he knows what State Department officials denied the security requests:

As to Ladka’s question about who turned down the Benghazi security requests and why, Obama reportedly told him that “releasing the individual names of anyone in the State Department would really put them at risk,” Ladka says.

via the Washington Post

So, the officials are not going to be identified, even though they made decisions that led to the deaths of American citizens and our Ambassador? And we’re supposed to believe that this just coincidentally lets Obama off the hook for these deaths, while his administration is pointing the finger at a stupid youtube video?

If it weren’t for the lapdog media covering for Obama, none of this would fly with the American people.

 

 

2 Responses to Debate Questioner Says Obama Knows State Dept Officials Who Turned Down Benghazi Security Requests

  1. Claire Adams says:

    I’m sensing a future invoking of Executive Privilege a la Fast & Furious. Call me crazy…

    He will order the military to drop a bomb or send in a drone, then tell us “he” got the bad guys, there was no more intel to collect, and no one else was involved.

    But for the new media, we’d be totally uninformed. Could that be why his internet control Executive Order is expected. Are we looking at the face of tyranny, one that wears a smug grin?

  2. Claire Adams says:

    …at risk from WHOM? What kind of risk? Explain that weird statement, Mr. Transparency.

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