10 Dec

State Department Security Force Unarmed In Libya…Didn’t Fire Any Weapons During Attack

                                       

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You gotta be kidding me:

A source with personal knowledge of the security situation in Benghazi told Breitbart News that Senators who listened to closed door testimony about the Benghazi attack were shocked to learn State Department security personnel agents were not immediately armed.

Additionally, agents separated from Ambassador Chris Stevens left to retrieve their M4 weapons in a separate building. Only one returned to protect the Ambassador, while the other two hunkered down in the barracks, the source relayed.

“From the accounts I read, those guys were not ready. When the attack came that night, they had to go back to the other room and grab their weapons. Then the worse part about it was they never even returned to be with the Ambassador. One returned to be with the Ambassador with his rifle. The other two went back to where there were [sic] barracks. And two stayed in that same building where there were radios and other weapons and the safe and other stuff was there.

There were no shots fired in return. On the embassy property, just the embassy property, none of those security agents blasted a single bullet from a single pistol or rifle at all in defense of the Ambassador—nothing.”

…The source went on to describe, “The Senate hearing was very, very concerned about that and Senator Feinstein (D-CA) was very inquisitive as to what in the Hell was going on,” the source said. “She wanted to know did they issue orders for [the security agents] not to shoot. Now they denied that to her in that meeting and they said, ‘No, we never did that. We never did that. We never issued orders that they should do that.’ ”

The sad thing is would anyone be surprised that orders were indeed given by our State Department to not fire?

I mean the embassy was under attack by terrorists, likely armed with weapons given to them by this President, and they didn’t fire a round in defense?

Sometimes you just can’t make this stuff up.

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8 Responses to State Department Security Force Unarmed In Libya…Didn’t Fire Any Weapons During Attack

  1. Smorgasbord says: 1

    Why is the media still calling it a consulate? It was just a regular residence. It had no wall or bullet resistant anything.

    I mentioned before that it wouldn’t surprise me if obama had something to do with the attack. The more that we learn, the more it makes me wonder.

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  2. Nan G says: 2

    So much has come out that this ”consulate” was really where our own ”ambassador” and his officers did the work of the CIA rather than the work of an embassy.
    There is so much we do not really know.
    Gee, and how long did (does) it take for Obama to get his story straight so he can conclude his ”investigation” and tell America what happened that night and why?
    All we get are 2nd-hand leaks….

    A recent NYTimes article confirmed that Obama was funneling weapons to al Qaeda in Libya and these weapons have now transferred to Syria.
    The spin in the Times proves a desperation in the Obama regime is now blaming Qatar for all of this.

    Within weeks of endorsing Qatar’s plan to send weapons there [ibya] in spring 2011, the White House began receiving reports that they were going to Islamic militant groups.

    Some of the arms since have been moved from Libya to militants with ties to Al Qaeda in Mali, where radical jihadi factions have imposed Shariah law in the northern part of the country, the former Defense Department official said. Others have gone to Syria, according to several American and foreign officials and arms traders.

    After discussions among members of the National Security Council, the Obama administration backed the arms shipments from both countries, according to two former administration officials briefed on the talks. -New York TimesU.S.-Approved Arms for Libya Rebels Fell Into Jihadis’ Hands

    We have to keep focused here.
    Seems whenever Obama allows any ”details” to come out they are really serving as diversions.
    What is important?
    Why were they there in Benghazi?
    Why did Obama not protect them?
    Why has the ”investigation” gone on so long and we know so little?

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  3. wtd says: 3

    The information in this post appears to contradict this: “The stunning part of the story is that Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty killed 60 of the attacking force. Once the compound was overrun, the attackers were incensed to discover that just two men had inflicted so much death and destruction.”
    This feeble minded CYA administration denies not only that they didn’t order security to stand down, but recall, this administration did not deny requests for help – yet Panetta admits he decided he could not risk putting forces into an uncertain situation.
    The more this administration digs in their heels, the more believable speculation about O’s nefarious plan to kidnap Stevens in exchange for the blind shiek becomes.

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  4. The dude says: 4

    This information shows the video/tape story to be false and completely fabricated. Our CIA cleanup was the following morning. Never mentioned any of the attackers were dead. I mentioned it in an early post. If 60 people are dead, everyone had to know the details. Hillary, Rice, Obama, Petraus, et. al. When will our congress look into this matter? A war was started. Guns are being sold to the enemy. Our Embassator is dead along with other Americans. The only thing that is discussed is talking points!
    Where are the people with the authority to review the detailed classified reports. This is treason.

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  5. Randy says: 5

    It appears that the rules of engagement that this administration put inplace in Iraq and Afghanistan may be more universal. It is not a good time to be serving your country overseas. Who has their back?!

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  6. noway says: 6

    i thought things like this only happened in my worst nightmares. now it is a daily occurence with these thugs in the wh.

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  7. Nan G says: 7

    A new wrinkle:
    Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R- UT) : State Dept Hiding Benghazi Survivors
    Hiding them?
    More like holding them hostage.

    People forget that there were 30 or so Americans who survived the Benghazi attack.

    Lest we forget the BP spill early in Obama’s presidency and how he hid those survivors….until they signed whatever documents Eric Holder forced on them.
    And they haven’t gone to the press afterward, have they?

    Is Obama doing the same thing with the Benghazi survivors?
    Held against their will unless and until they sign non-disclosure agreements?
    Normally the media can’t wait to stick a camera and microphone in the face of anyone who has been through a horrific experience.
    Where are they?

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  8. Smorgasbord says: 8

    @Nan G: #7

    Normally the media can’t wait to stick a camera and microphone in the face of anyone who has been through a horrific experience. Where are they?

    The propaganda media are waiting for something IMPORTANT to happen.

    PROPAGANDA MEDIA DICTIONARY
    Important: Anything that happens that can be used to get and keep democrats in office and keep out republicans.

    EXAMPLE
    Benghazi: Won’t help the democratic president in any way, so don’t report ANYTHING. Reporting ANYTHING will only help the republicans.

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