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What Did Obama Do, When on 9/11/12?

MoreFreedom Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 9:11 AM
We know more about what happened in Benghazi than what happened in DC regarding Libya. That Obama cannot disclose what he did, "neither the content nor the subject of discussions between the president and his advisors are appropriate for disclosure" is just a cover up of the fact that he tried to bury the attack and its victims, to further his false narrative that his foreign policy is a success. The investigation isn't needed, what's needed is for Obama to tell us who told the military to stand down, instead of protect our citizens. But it was him and he won't. If he's re-elected, it will come out. But it won't matter since Congress doesn't have the guts to impeach him for it.
President Barack Obama's schedule for Sept. 11, 2012 -- the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks -- was designed to present a man with deep empathy for terror victims.

At 8:46 a.m., in front of reporters, he and Michelle Obama observed a moment of silence outside the White House to mark the minute and hour when American Airlines Flight 11 flew into the World Trade Center.

Then, in front of reporters, the Obamas moved to the Pentagon. They arrived before 9:37 a.m. so Obama could lay a wreath to mark the minute and hour when American Airlines...