Obama Administration Purged State Dept. Memo from the Internet After Benghazi Attack

September 28, 2012
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The OSAC, the agency charged with exchanging timely information between the Private Sector and the State Department concerning developments in the overseas security environment, has purged the memo pictured above from the Internet on September 12th, the day after the attack because they knew it was a terrorist attack at that point.

The Obama administration has still not sent the FBI to the scene which is why CNN found Ambassador Steven’s diary.

The Ambassador knew his life was in danger. The State Dept. knew Cairo was facing a riot. Libyan guards told Ambassador Stevens that the area was in turmoil and he was in danger. And 9/11 was fast approaching.

This agency purged the memo, possibly to save face. What else have they scrubbed and where else has the State Dept. fallen down on the job? Why are we being kept in the dark? Now we can add purged memos to the lies and cover up.

via Fox Nation

Bombshell: Obama Administration Deleted State Dept. Memo From Internet After Discovering Al-Qaeda Was Behind Benghazi Attack

Yesterday there were reports that the Obama Administration found out that Al-Qaeda was behind the Benghazi consulate attacks within 24 hours of the assault that killed four Americans.

Here’s what they did – They scrubbed a damning State Department memo from the internet–

On Wednesday September 12, 2012 blogger Speak With Authority discovered that five days before 9-11, the US State Department sent out a memo announcing no credible security threats against the United States on the anniversary of 9-11.

Read more at Speak with Authority

The Washington Times is reporting that their were significant cuts to embassies prior to the attack and they blame congress. Perhaps some of the $1.4 billion spent on the President’s lavish lifestyle could be shifted over to the critical embassies. The President does not have to take joy rides on Marine One on a regular basis.

 

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