Friday, October 23, 2015



Hillary Clinton can lie as much as she wants, but it will never change the truth. The Associated Press decided to fact check her and found some whoppers. Check it out…

CLINTON: “There was a good back and forth about security.” — On communications between U.S. personnel in Libya and the State Department in Washington, about security needs at the Benghazi compound before the attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
THE FACTS: The independent review Clinton convened after the attacks deeply faulted State Department officials in Washington for poor communication and cooperation as diplomats in Libya pressed for more security and Benghazi grew more dangerous.
The Accountability Review Board cited a “lack of transparency, responsiveness, and leadership at senior bureau levels” and “shortfalls in Washington coordination” contributing to a “woefully insufficient” security force at the compound.
The fewer than half-dozen armed diplomatic security personnel at the compound “were not well served by their leadership in Washington,” the board said.

Clinton furthermore asserted that personnel in Benghazi were granted many of their requests for security equipment upgrades.

CLINTON: Asked about the dozens of emails she received from longtime political confidant Sidney Blumenthal, many with reports about developments in Libya, Clinton said his advice was “unsolicited.”
THE FACTS: Clinton was mischaracterizing some of those exchanges with Blumenthal.
Gowdy asked what she meant by saying his advice was unsolicited.
“I did not ask him to send me the information that he sent me,” Clinton said.
Noting that Blumenthal had no expertise about Libya, Gowdy read Clinton’s emailed responses to some of his reports: “Thanks and please keep them coming,” ”Anything else to convey?” and “What are you hearing now?”
At that, Clinton revised her description of how their email exchanges unfolded to “originally unsolicited,” saying, “They started out unsolicited, and as I said, some were of interest.”

CLINTON: "I did not email during the day and — except on rare occasions when I was able to."
THE FACTS: Clinton's use of her private email address and server during working hours was anything but "rare."
Clinton sent about one-third of her emails during working hours — on weekdays between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. — according to an AP analysis of 2,754 emails she wrote from April 2009 through September 2010, based on time stamps on the messages.
CLINTON: In her opening statement, she painted her critics as arguing that it's never reasonable to plant diplomats on dangerous ground: "Retreat from the world is not an option. America cannot shrink from our responsibility to lead. ... If you ask our most experienced ambassadors, they'll tell you they can't do their jobs for us from bunkers."
THE FACTS: Republican lawmakers are not arguing that diplomats should never venture into risky conditions to represent the U.S. They cite investigations after the Benghazi attacks that condemned the State Department's decision to keep that post open with poor security despite a growing number of assaults on Western interests in the area.
The accountability board appointed by Clinton as secretary of state said the security in Benghazi was "grossly inadequate to deal with the attack." A bipartisan Senate committee report called keeping the Benghazi mission open under those circumstances "a grievous mistake."
Read more: MSN
Hillary has the blood of the four dead Americans on her hands, and this mom isn’t about to let her get away with it.
“I’ve got to know what happened… The government has never told me. They have never contacted me, and I’ve got to know. That was my only child.”
Patricia Smith, whose son was killed in the Benghazi attacks, pleaded tonight to Megyn Kelly to help get answers to what really happened to her son.

Via Conservative Tribune:

“And, yes I’m grieving, because they won’t tell me anything,” Smith said, choking back tears. “If Hillary had any sense in her head, all she’d have to do is make one phone call and there’d be no more problems!”
In a previous interview with CNN, Smith also spoke of the preposterously appalling treatment she’s received from the Obama administration.
“(Clinton) has not called me. She has not contacted me. She has not given me any information except to tell me that I am not a member of the immediate family, and I do not need to know,” Smith said during an interview on Wednesday.

“She’s lying, she’s absolutely lying,” Smith said of Clinton. “I saw on the TV the bloody fingerprints on the walls over there. I asked specifically, ‘Are those my son’s fingerprints crawling down the walls, the bloody fingerprints?’” (Source)

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