I noticed that confirmation of what we were told the Libyan Ambassador murder was all about has started to quietly hit the papers:
6:55PM EST October 3. 2012 – Sensitive documents were left behind in the remains of the U.S. Consulate in Libya and some may have been stolen in the chaotic aftermath, The Washington Post reports from Benghazi.
Documents a Post reporter found scattered on the floor today included weapons collection, personnel records of Libyan security contractors, emergency evacuation procedures and the travel schedule of Ambassador Christopher Stevens, who died with three others when the Consulate was attacked and burned Sept. 11. None were marked classified, but State Department officials who were shown copies of the documents asked that they not be published.
Those two “SEALS” were we told about? Yeah, not really SEALS. They were working for the CIA and they were trying to get Obama’s weapons back from Al Qaeda. How do we know this? Because the same guy who cried for help on the gaming site told a liberal media news paper that this is what he was doing just a month earlier.
And the Ambassador? Yeah, he was the guy who brokered the deal where Obama gave weapons to Al Qaeda to help them get rid of Khadaffyi. He was in Benghazi trying to get those weapons back. This is also why he was separated from his security team: he was trying to do whatever he was doing with as much of a low profile as possible.
And that “consulate?” Yeah, not really a consulate. It was a safe house, and a safe house that had been attacked several times in the past.
Giving military aid and comfort to a known enemy that we are actively at war with has a very special Constitutional name, boys and girls. This story is much bigger than Watergate EVER was or could have been, and were the media still doing the job it is supposed to do, Obama wouldn’t be worrying about how to get re-elected, he wouldn’t even be worrying about how to keep from being impeached or staying out of jail. He’d be worrying about the punishment for high treason in a time of war.
But then, how ’bout that Romney zinger, right?