FLASHBACK! Memo Revealed Obama’s Lies About Benghazi


Judicial Watch, ever the stone-cold seekers of truth, managed to obtain a memo which highlights that the Obama administration was fully aware that Benghazi was used as a hub to transfer lethal weapons to Syria back in 2012. Mike Morell, former CIA Deputy Director, had suggested to Bret Baier that the CIA was not doing the transferring of weapons, but was watching who did do it.

Another memo from September 16th, 2012, only five days after the Benghazi attack states that the Obama administration via the DNI concluded that the attack was planned a full 10 days prior to the actually event and it was in no way a coincidence that it happened on the anniversary of 9/11. All of this coming to light is a big deal as the Obama admin. lied about it, saying it was a demonstration about a film on “the prophet” Muhammad and it got out of control.

WHAT THE WHAT!!?

As written by The Right Scoop:

They not only concluded that it was planned ten days in advance, they also wrote why the attack was planned in this same Sept. 16 memo:

“The intention was to attack the consulate and kill as many Americans as possible to seek revenge for the U.S. kill of Aboyahiye (Alaliby) in Pakistan and in memorial of the 11 September 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center buildings.”

One last thing this report reveals is another memo that shows the Obama administration not only knew ISIS was a threat, but predicted the formation of a caliphate 17 months before Obama compared ISIS to a junior varsity team.

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I personally believe, now, it’s only a matter of time before Hillary “WHAT DOES IT MATTER!” Clinton’s lies come to light. More and more details about this attack is being uncovered all the time. Stuff like this is why they want to bury the story so bad!

NEW JUDICIAL WATCH MEMOS REVEAL OBAMA LIES ABOUT BENGHAZI

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