Beck’s Take on the Benghazi Attack

by Ryan on September 22, 2012

in Election 2012,International Relations,Media,Media Bias,Politics,Stupid government,War on Terror

It’s been fascinating to watch the Obama Administration hang itself on all the inconsistencies relating to the 9/11 terrorist attack on our consulate in Benghazi.  Some believe that all the confusion paints a picture of an administration in disarray, which may give some indeterminate political advantage to Romney in this election game of inches.

Yet, it could be a whole lot more than that.  Glenn Beck has a theory.  I know what you’re thinking, but at the same time leave it to Beck to look at the whole picture and ask some very uncomfortable questions.  If nothing else, he’s trying to make all the pieces fit logically.

Watch the whole GBTV clip on the previous link.  From about 8:40 onward Beck puts together an eerily plausible chain of events about what may have happened.  Could our ambassador have been working with the CIA to get control of some weapons we gave anti-Gaddafi forces last year?  Could that operation have gone wrong, leading to the series events which took place?  Why wasn’t the ambassador in Tripoli, under heavy guard on the evening of 9/11 of all nights?  If this was a terrorist attack as the administration is now admitting, are the terrorists using weapons we provided them?

If Beck’s theory is right, or even close, this incident turns into a scandal much larger than losing the “Fast and Furious” guns.  Chris Stevens was the first US ambassador killed since 1979, and the subsequent stonewalling and misdirection would be devastating to Obama, Rice, Hillary, and even Petraeus over at CIA.

Unfortunately, no one in the MSM is going to ask real probing questions, and the investigation will undoubtedly persist until sometime after Election Day.

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October 10, 2012 at 4:18 pm
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