by Anniel 10/20/15
It’s often the small things that are part of being a decent human being that show through the mask of a malignant narcissist attempting to pull the wool over your eyes.
Hillary Clinton will appear before Congressional Hearings on Benghazi this week, and no one expects any substantive revelations. At this point what difference does it really make to you and me? Other than watching a travesty of Justice and everything America stands for, there’s not much we can do.
Even Rush Limbaugh says little will happen, no revelations beyond “We weren’t certain if it was a terror attack or not.” The blame, of course, will still accrue to the insulting anti-Muslim video that nobody saw, and its hapless maker.
Anyone with their eyes and ears open knew immediately what happened in Benghazi. It was, after all, obviously planned to celebrate an important date in the history of the Arab world. After the first few news reports the meeting of the Turkish Ambassador with Chris Stevens and the grisly death of Stevens was common knowledge, as was the gun-running, Obama’s good night’s sleep, the refusal to send help, and the order to “stand down.”
The “small” revealing matters that no one will ask Queen Hillary about, concern the promises she and Obama both made to the grieving relatives of the dead when the bodies were returned to Dover AFB on 14 September 2012.
What sort of person promises to let a mother know how and why her son died, and then, when that mother has the audacity to ask the Queen for answers, put her and her questions aside as though she doesn’t exist and has no rights? In Hillary’s world Sean Smith’s mother doesn’t count for anything. It would take so little of her time and humanity to reach out for a few minutes and keep her promises.
Will no one ask a few simple questions at a Hearing or public forum: “Mrs. Clinton, have you kept your promise to the families of Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods, and Glenn Douherty to inform them of what happened that night in Benghazi? Has due care been given to any of them?”
The answer to those questions is, and has been from the beginning, “No.” Following in the President’s footsteps, she did not have the character and honesty to even pretend to care about the issue, or the people.
IT IS STILL BENGHAZI: OVER THREE YEARS LATER
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