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absentminded gadfly 11 years 29 weeks ago

The Tom Hartman Program...

“In reality though, the "fog of war" is most likely responsible for the CIA getting intelligence wrong in the days after the attack.”

Not true! The CIA did not get the intelligence wrong. They lied! They lied to Susan Rice, shoving her into the quicksand she now finds herself.

Why? Because they were violating the executive order #13491 by the President to close all CIA secret prisons. Why hasn't this become public knowledge? Especially since General Petraeus' mistress, Paula Broadwell, revealed it in her lecture before the University of Denver on Oct 26. But this information is being hushed up, not mentioned, when the MSM repeatedly brings up the Benghazi controversy.

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