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Even Wall Street Journal says Benghazi was CIA operation



by Joseph Earnest  November 2, 2012  


Newscast Media WASHINGTON, D.C.The brutal attack on the US mission in Benghazi was a secret CIA operation, the Wall Street Journal has reported in Friday's paper.  Barack Obama and his administration are under pressure to reveal who was behind the order to stand down, but has refused to answer questions.  It is for this reason that reports are leaking to media outlets that are willing to report the truth.


Newt Gingrich said the news media knows the truth and has e-mails relating to the involvement of the White House in relation to the "stand down" order that was given to prevent the ambassador and his crew from receiving help that would have saved his lifeessentially allowing him to die.


"A U.S. senator told me two days ago that he believes several networks have e-mails about a group [that was]  planning a counterterrorism move," Gingrich said. "They were told to stand down, that this was not a terrorist attack."


The bizarre "stand down" order, if true, sounds like Chris Steven ended up the human sacrificial lamb, after his cries for help were denied.


"This group (of rescuers) was in real-time trying to mobilize marines and C-130s and the fighter aircraft, and they were told explicitly by the White House stand down and do nothing," Gingrich asserted in the interview below:


 The reason the media is protecting Obama is because they know if they tell the American people the truth about Benghazi, the outrage will result in a landslide win for Mitt Romney.


If what Newt Gingrich is saying is true that the networks are sitting on e-mail, then it is obvious that being invited to White House dinners is more important to media practitioners, than getting the truth to the families that lost loved ones who died for their country in a failed rescue mission.  It is the reason people are now turning to the alternative media in droves to get their news.


During the second debate, Barack Obama suggested he wouldn't "play politics" with something that involved the loss of lives of four Americans, yet that is exactly what is happening as we have learned from the set of e-mail that showed the White House was receiving real-time intel.  Watch: 


The Wall Street Journal also asserts that officials close to Mr. Petraeus say he stayed away in an effort to conceal the agency's role in collecting intelligence and providing security in Benghazi. Two of the four men who died that day, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, were former Navy SEAL commandos who were publicly identified as State Department contract security officers, but who actually worked as Central Intelligence Agency contractors.

It also explains why the consulate was abandoned to looters for weeks afterward, while U.S. efforts focused on securing the more important CIA quarters according to the Journal.

Of the more than 30 American officials evacuated from Benghazi following the deadly assault, only seven worked for the State Department. Nearly all the rest worked for the CIA, under diplomatic cover, which was a principal purpose of the consulate, these officials said, as reported by the Wall Street Journal article. (pop-up)

If all this information being revealed checks out, regardless of whether Obama wins or loses, he will have an irremovable stain on him that will haunt whatever legacy he intends to build.  Add Comments>>

 Related stories:

Pt.1 Was Chris Stevens linked to a Benghazi Fast and Furious?

Pt.2 Ambassador Christopher Stevens--The Benghazi Cover-up

Pt.3 Ambassador Christopher Stevens --dead men tell no tales







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