Is it just me, or do the rest of you hear the incoherent teacher from the Charlie Brown cartoons, every time an MSM agency tries to deliver a news report? In case you missed it, the U.S. has CAPTURED the mastermind behind the Benghazi attacks of 2012, or in more accurate terms, the same individual CNN interviewed after the attacks occurred. When faced with a monumental mountain of scandals, always provide a distraction.
Don’t look now boys and girls, but the midterm elections are just around the corner, and without your clueless acceptance of the propaganda being published, we, the members of your currently inactive Congress, fear for our lives and careers. That is the factual, unpublished statement, not being uttered in the pages of the MSM publications that make it to print. Give the sheeple something new to salivate over, make it appear as though they’ve truly accomplished something, and just maybe they can sweep another scandal under the rug. Or at the very least, announce that one of the scandals wasn’t really a scandal after all, it just appeared that way because of people too intelligent to buy the BS being delivered daily.
“American commandos operating under the cover of night seized the man suspected of leading the deadly attack on the United States Mission in Benghazi, Libya, the government announced on Tuesday, ending a manhunt that had dragged on for nearly two years and inflamed domestic and international politics.
With drones hovering overhead, about two dozen Delta Force commandos and two or three F.B.I. agents descended on the outskirts of Benghazi just after midnight local time on Monday; grabbed the suspect, Ahmed Abu Khattala; stuffed him into a vehicle and raced away, according to officials briefed on the operation. No shots were fired, and the suspect was spirited out of Libya to a United States Navy warship in the Mediterranean.”
“Eight GOP lawmakers are asking that incoming FBI Director James Comey brief Congress within 30 days about the investigation. They say the administration’s inquiry into the September 11, 2012, attacks in Libya has been “simply unacceptable,” according to a draft letter obtained by CNN.
“One of the pertinent questions today is why we have not captured or killed the terrorist who committed these attacks?” Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, told reporters. “News out today that CNN was able to go in and talk to one of the suspected terrorists, how come the military hasn’t been able to get after them and capture or kill the people? How come the FBI isn’t doing this and yet CNN is?”
Chaffetz was referring to CNN’s recent interview with Ahmed Abu Khattala, who Libyan and U.S. officials have described as the Benghazi leader of the al Qaeda-affiliated militia group Ansar al-Sharia — one of many groups that filled the vacuum of authority following the overthrow of Moammar Gadhafi.”