Monday, September 9, 2013

Lying Susan Rice Will Try To Convince Congress to Strike Syria on the Anniversary of Benghazi Attacks

Unbelievable. Lying National Security Adviser Susan Rice is going to Capitol Hill on the one-year-anniversary of the attack on our Benghazi Special Mission and on the 12th anniversary of September 11, 2001…to explain to Congress why it should approve a strike on Syria. After doing nothing to bring justice for 4 dead Americans, and with an American populace still reeling from their deaths and the shocking lack of administration interest, we should be reminded that this is how Muslims and Muslim sympathizers think ‘I’ll shove it down your throat, just watch me.’ Why would anyone in Congress believe a word she says?

Before Rice’s promotion for her loyalty to Clinton and Obama after Benghazi, she was the  U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. In that position she lied repeatedly about the cause of the Benghazi disaster, and neither she, Hillary Clinton nor Barack Obama have yet admitted they were knowingly lying – that the attacks had nothing to do with a little-viewed YouTube video and everything to do with terrorism. The filmmaker is still behind bars.
One year later, the families of the dead have NOTHING, not a single truthful word regarding that night. The administration has threatened others on the ground during the attacks that it would be unwise to speak. Those who have spoken out publicly have been punished.

Speaking on CBS's "Face the Nation" today, House Intelligence Chairman Mike Rogers (R.-Mich.) pointed to the administration's decision to have Rice brief members of Congress about this issue on the anniversary of the Benghazi attacks as emblematic of the administration's bumbling approach to making its case for intervening in Syria. Source: CNS News
There's only one thing Congress should impart to Rice: You lied about Benghazi, Obama lied about Benghazi, Hillary lied about Benghazi. We DO NOT believe you today. How refreshing would it be if Congress gave Rice the welcome she so richly deserves?

Posted by Maggie @ Maggie's Notebook

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