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President Obama Claims He "Isn't Familiar" With Blocking of Benghazi Whistleblower Testimony

Steve276 Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 1:36 PM
And there is still no answer to the following; During Obama's single appearance with his advisors during the tragic affair, he is reported as telling them to "do whatever needs to be done" to assist the victims. Did his advisors all ignore his command, or did he add something else that made them freeze? It's a fact that nothing was done, in spite of the attempted efforts on the part of military commanders in the region offering their resources. They were told to stand down. Just one of the many questions yet to be answered.

Speaking today to reporters at the White House, President Obama denied knowing anything about Benghazi survivor claims that their testimony and efforts to become whistleblowers have been blocked.

"I'm not familiar with this notion that anybody has been blocked from testifying," Obama said in response to a question from FoxNews' Ed Henry. "I'm not familiar with it."

President Obama said he would "find out" what was going on and that of course he is dedicated to making sure U.S. embassies around the world are secure and safe for diplomats.