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Outgoing CIA Chief: Obama Nowhere to Be Found Night of Benghazi Attack

Chukalukabus Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 1:16 PM
Katie: I was talking to a "friend" shortly after the Benghazi fiasco. I personally thought it was a CIA operation gone wrong at first glance. From what I gather, not from what is known, but the magnitude of what is not known that this is still the case. In due course, this administration would have leaked in short order full disclosure of tactics and means about the operation like they do in every other one of their political military machinations to enhance the false narrative that is this current administration. They guy I spoke with said that I did not know the half of it. He said that under no circumstances would the POTUS not be made aware of the attack under protocols in place in less than 3 minitues of the beginning of the attack.

Confirmed again: Obama missed his 3 a.m. phone call on 9/11/2012. Early Thursday morning during testimony on Capitol Hill, Panetta told Senators he did not speak with President Obama or anybody in the White House the night the terrorist attack was carried out on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, leaving four Americans dead including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens.

"He knew generally what was deployed out there but as to specifics about time, etc., etc., he left that up to us."

Panetta argued Obama relied on the Defense...