Thursday, September 27, 2012

The Libya Attack: Who Knew What-When?

Who's on First?

                                                  Ineptness or deliberate falsehood?

According to this latest report, apparently, the administration did, in fact, have information (and enough common sense) to know that the attack on the Benghazi consulate was a planned terror attack.

However, this now raises more questions. If the administration knew within 24 hours that it was a planned terror attack, why did they keep telling the public for a week that it was a spontaneous protest that got out of hand due to that infamous video? If there was a Top Secret strategic reason involved, that might be understandable, but to tell the American public a tale they knew was false requires some serious explanation. They could have always said for a week that it was still under investigation and withheld comment. Instead, it now appears that we were lied to. If not, it points to a seriously inept administration.

* No, I am not implying the replacement refs were dishonest. They weren't that bad.


Squid said...

Clinton: The attack on Benghazi was a mob that was responding to an anti-Mohammad video.

Clinton: I dd not have sex with Monica.


Siarlys Jenkins said...

But the protest by Libyans against the attack on the Ambassador was certainly spontaneous, and worthy of appreciation.