Benghazi-gate and the worst ever betrayal of America 9

We see a logical link between the appalling murder of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans in Benghazi, and the infiltration of the Obama administration by the Muslim Brotherhood.* 

There can be little doubt that diplomatic secrets – the Ambassador’s whereabouts, and the location of the “safe-house” belonging to the consulate – were betrayed from inside the legation. (How else would a “safe-house” become known?) Also, that there was a policy of trusting local Arab security personnel to guard America’s representatives and their staff. How could it come about that legations in that part of the world, recently emerged from violent uprisings and still in a state of instability and internal strife, should be exposed to such obvious risk? Why were those Marines – too few of them – who were nominally on guard at the Cairo embassy not issued with ammunition? These policy decisions issued from the State Department. The head of the State Department is Hillary Clinton, and her closest adviser, Huma Abedin, is intricately  and intimatetly involved with the Muslim Brotherhood, the  jihadist organization that has come to power in Egypt.**

But, you might point out, Ambassador Stevens was killed by al-Qaeda, not the Muslim Brotherhood. (See our post The Gitmo alumnus, September 28, 2012.) Yes, but observe  that the imam who preached protest in Cairo against the “anti-Muhammad” movie deliberately shown to Egyptian audiences for that very purpose is  the brother of al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri. (For a full account of this, see our post Al-Qaeda incited the Islamic world to riot, burn and kill, September 16, 2012.) Does that not suggest that al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood are co-operating with each other?***

Are we alone in finding it irresistible to “connect the dots” and see a picture emerging of the worst betrayal of America in all its history?

The administration has become tangled in a web of deceit in trying to cover up what really happened in Benghazi. The motive for the cover-up is ascribed to President Obama’s wish to claim that the “War on Terror” is over; that with the killing of Osama bin Laden, al-Qaeda was defeated – while in fact al Qaeda is bigger, stronger, and operating lethally in many more countries than it was before bin Laden’s death.

The estimable Rep. Peter King puts this argument forward in this video:

It may be, however, that the really terrible secret Obama and his henchmen are trying to cover up is that the betrayal stems not just locally from the inside of the US legation in Libya, but from Foggy Bottom and the White House.


*A thoroughly researched study of this, The Muslim Brotherhood in the Obama Administration by Frank Gaffney, is published by the David Horowitz Freedom Center and is available from them.

**Huma Abedin’s close connections to the Muslim Brotherhood are documented in Frank Gaffney’s study.

*** Go here to read about every al-Qaeda leader’s membership of the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • Chimini

    I happen to have come upon this. I’m not sure how much the American pubic knows this. The Bojinka plot. So far, I have not seen any mainstream media cover this extensively.

    If this is true, then this is a betreyal of the US government upon the US public and it shows the arrogance of the Federal government. The Philippines is a third world country and maybe, the Fed just brushed off an evidence accidentally found by a US ally.

    The US had about 8 years to crack it down.

    The US government, it seems, does not know how to really align itself in the global chess game. It pours too many aid to countries that want to destroy the US yet it ignores countries that can be of help to the US.

    • Jillian Becker

      Thank you for the links, Chimini. Very interesting. We have taken note.

  • liz

    I think there’s no question about it – it’s obvious, to anyone who is not a brainwashed fool. Not only should Susan Rice resign, but the whole lot of them should be kicked out on their sorry butts, and charged with treason, or at the least criminal incompetence. (If that’s not an existing category, it should be invented just for them).

    • Criminal “negligence” would be just as apt.

      • liz

        Except “negligence” implies that one knows what to do, but just failed to do it. I think they have no idea what they are doing, as far as realistically dealing with foreign policy, and don’t care.
        They came into power with the sole objective of turning the U.S. into a copy of Cuba or China, which in itself is a giveaway that they are not in touch with reality to begin with.

        • Hard to argue with that. Hillary Clinton, will get to the bottom of what happened though. She has initiated a veryveryvery thorough investigation, but cautions Americans to be patient because veryveryvery thorough investigations take time. Most likely until sometime in November…

          “There are continuing questions about what exactly happened in Benghazi on that night three weeks ago. And we will not rest until we answer those questions and until we track down the terrorists who killed our people,” Clinton said in an appearance with Kazakhstan’s visiting new foreign minister, Borat Sagdiyev.

          “The men and women who serve this country as diplomats deserve no less than a full and accurate accounting, wherever that leads, and I am committed to seeking that for them and for those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation.”

          Look in the mirror Hillary, the investigation stops a foot from your face.

          • liz

            No kidding. I suspect they will get about as much “full and accurate accounting” as they got protection from her when they requested it before it happened.

            • How ’bout that debate last night? O’bama didn’t seem like the “smartest guy in the world” did he?!

            • liz

              Obama looked like maybe they had him on tranq’s or something. Couldn’t much look anybody in the eye. With the guilty conscience he’s got to have, I can see why.