Benghazi: Still looking for Answers, Part II

Bob Beauprez
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Posted: May 04, 2013 12:01 AM

Yesterday we posted the first of a three part report by Fox News regarding the assault on the U.S. Diplomatic Mission in Benghazi, Libya last September.  Below are the second installments that aired last evening. In the first, the identity-concealed Special Operator reveals that the Obama Administration knows the identity of the mastermind of the Benghazi attack that left four Americans dead, but is "sitting on the information" and taking no action.  That's because the Administration "doesn't want to upset anybody" in Libya according to the Special Operator. 

Within hours after the attack on September 11, 2012 Obama pledged to "bring to justice those responsible." However, the Special Operator confirms that the U.S. has both the intelligence and the capability to fulfill the President's pledge, but no one will give the order to act. That unwillingness must be enormously difficult for the family members of Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods, and Glen Doherty who perished in Benghazi.  It also sends an unmistakable message about American weakness and cowardice to our enemies.

In the video below, James Rosen expands on the developing story involving CIA and State Department officials who want to come forward with the truth about Benghazi, but charge that they have been denied a process to do so and even threatened by superiors.  Curiously, just last November Barack Obama signed the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act to supposedly provide more transparency in government and encouragement for government workers to expose "misconduct, fraud, and illegality."

During his press conference the day following Fox News' initial report of the threatened whistleblowers, Obama dodged Fox reporter Ed Henry's question about the whistleblowers claims saying, "I'm not aware" of the issue.  Either the White House staff is totally incompetent beyond imagination for failing to alert the President that Henry would almost certainly be asking the question he did, or the President was less than truthful – again.