Exclusive: Security at the State Department´s Benghazi compound was so dire that another contractor was brought in to clean up the mess just two weeks before the 2012 terror attack – and was later pressured to keep quiet by a government bureaucrat under then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, according to two men from the American security company. Brad Owens and Jerry Torres, of Torres Advanced Enterprise Solutions, say they faced pressure to stay silent and get on the same page with the State Department with regard to the security lapses that led to the deaths of four Americans. They spoke exclusively with Fox News for
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Hillary´s ( and 0bama´s) "Neverending Story". until she is perp walked before Congress and made to tell the truth to the families of the four men needlessly slain and US. Obviously, the security contractors from then aren't afraid of the big bad wolf at this time.
That Ms. Visintainer at the State Dept. continued to insist that our embassy guards not be armed, AFTER the Benghazi attack, tells us just how misguided and incompetent the employees at the Department of State have become.
The difference, at this point, that it makes is this:"Both the function and the honor of Sec.State of the USA must not be whored out to enrich the person holding that office contrary to the interests of the people of the USA and in particular must not be sold to the explicit adversaries of said citizens in a fashion which which might accrue to the benefit of the adversaries of said citizens and to the personal profit of said office holder.
I ain´t no lawyer....but...how´s that ?
Hillzilla has and would continue to sell the coins off of her mothers eyes if there was a hint of profit.
Grifters gonna grift.
She doesn´t even have any respect for the honest Marxism which is only her vehicle of convenience.
It appears Mr. Owens is gunning for Ms. Visintainer. Get ´em. I´d say rip her heart out but it´s obvious she doesn´t have one. In other news, there is brave and then there is foolhardiness. Foolhardiness in this case would have resulted in the loss of employment of maybe thousands of men who were protecting our embassies and preventing other Benghazi-like situations from happening. The org rots from the head down and it had obviously reached Ms. Visintainer´s level. Waiter send another bottle of Thunderbird´s best to the table with the two ... I believe, women, in pantsuits.
There exists a VERY strong "Etiquette" which prevents each new administration from prosecuting the previous one. Breaking with this rule would invite continuous prosecution of each party upon the former.
Suks that the Marxist Dems are the 99% beneficiaries of this comity.
Perhaps The Donald may be the iconoclast who breaks this unspoken rule.
I´m weary of stand up guys reporting something important....YEARS too late to matter. We have the computer guy with some dirt on Debbie W. Schultz PRIOR to an important presidential election, but everyone keeps it quiet!!! Now we find this out AFTER she could have been elected president. Too dang late to be declared a hero by me!!!
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