Former CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus may have told his alleged mistress Paula Broadwell what really happened in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 when terrorists murdered U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. Broadwell, whose alleged affair with Petraeus forced him to resign last Friday, revealed during an October 26 speech at the University of Denver that Libyan terrorists may have attacked the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi on September 11, 2012 in order to take back Libyan militia members the CIA Annex had taken prisoner. Furthermore, Broadwell confirmed that the CIA Annex in Libya had requested reinforcements
Wouldn´t it be a hoot if Broadwell was the White House Insider?
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lil dotty, 11/12/2012 1:14:38 AM (No. 9008238)
Secret prisons are not near as damming as gun running. Why discuss the pillow talk? Why discuss the sex?
We wish to know if classified intelligence truly exists in DC. Apparently, plain old common sense does not. When did the won know of the married gen. indiscretions and what did he know? ValJar is in this equation as well (given her power and close ties the mid east). Does not anyone of our government dogs care about the murders of our citizens in foreign lands? This may be a banana republic now, but WTP continue to reside here and WE WANT TO KNOW. Geesh.
Our supposedly transparent government is so shoddy,we have to rely on 2nd and 3rd hand accounts of what happened over there. Why would they attack the consulate if the CIA camp was holding the prisoners?
Maybe we need to send Candy Crowley over there to ask questions,we don´t have to worry about horny arabs groping her.
Wow, as of this moment, there are a minimum 13 stories on Petraeus taking up space just on Page 1. Looks like Obama and his crew have finally come up with a cover spin for Benghazi that has legs. Secret CIA prison? Isn´t this the second go-round so to speak for throwing the CIA under the bus on this? And isn´t that the only reason Broadwell is relevant?
13 stories (times 10 by the time the day´s over, no doubt) to drive home the scapegoat and incidentally divert any troublesome attention away from those massive voter fraud reports pouring in from state after state. Where justice is concerned, not only do voters lose -- the Benghazi Four lose as well. But hey, what could be more important than a general with an amusing sex life doing little naughty things (and talking pillow talk about ´´secret CIA prisons´´, right?
Anyone recall the Profumo Affair in London back in the sixties? He was a cabinet minister and had a liaison with Christine Keeler, a high priced call girl. Turns out she was also spending time with a Russian ... probably a spy, at least someone in their government. The British Government was extremely concerned about ´´pillow talk´´. And now we know that the Petraeus mistress was talking about this in speeches she was giving. Dangerous situation. I still believe Obama and Clinton will use this in an attempt to absolve themselves from any blame for the Benghazi attack.
But, but, president zero promised to eliminate those secret prisons, didn´t he? (The best way to eliminate those prisons is to kill the filthy islamofascist terrorist pigs, rather than jail them. It worked in WWII in the pacific, when dealing with japanese barbarian soldiers.)
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