© Miri WTPOTUS January 23, 2013
Today Hillary Clinton is finally going to tell her version of what happened in Benghazi, when four Americans lost their lives to Al Qaeda-associated jihadists. Will it be more kabuki theater? Will she answer these questions?
What exactly was Ambassador Stevens doing in Benghazi on the anniversary of 9/11?
What exactly was the function of the “annex” where CIA agents were stationed?
What was their mission in Benghazi?
Were they running guns through Libya, via Turkey, to Al Qaeda-associated “rebels” in Syria?
Where are the dozens of survivors of the attack?
Will we get answers that make sense and explain logically all of the MANY discrepancies in this story?
What was Obama doing while all this went down?
Why didn’t Obama order the military to respond to the attacks and save the lives that might have been saved?
What did Obama know, and when did he know it?
Will the families of the dead ever hear the truth, or will Hillary simply rely upon the alleged fact that she “hugged” them and “cried” along with them?
Text of her opening remarks here: http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2013/01/203158.htm
Update 3:52 p.m.: Sharyl Attkisson of CBS posted a list of questions she posed to the government, all of which so far have gone unanswered. It appears they refuse to answer. Will we hear any answers to these questions, EVER? h/t Bridgette. Following are excerpts from her article; there are questions within questions, so read at the link for more depth:
What time was Ambassador’s Stevens’ body recovered?
Who made the decision not to convene the Counterterrorism Security Group (CSG) the night of the Benghazi attacks?
Who is the highest-ranking official who was aware of pre-911 security requests from US personnel in Libya?
Who is/are the official(s) responsible for removing reference to al-Qaeda from the original CIA notes?
What is your response to the President stating that on Sept. 12, he called 911 a terrorist attack, in light of his CBS interview on that date in which he answered that it was too early to know whether it was a terrorist attack?
Why wouldn’t there be ["resources outside Libya that could arrive in Benghazi/N. Africa within 8 hrs on Sept. 11, 2012"] and who would have made that decision to leave the area so open on the anniversary of 9/11?
Is anyone being held accountable for having no resources close enough to reach this high-threat area within 8+ hours on Sept. 11, and has the Administration taken steps to have resources available sooner in case of emergency in the future?
A Benghazi victim’s family member stated that Mrs. Clinton told him she would find and arrest whoever made the anti-Islam video. Is this accurate?
What is the Administration’s criteria in general for requesting removal of a YouTube or other Internet video? [They asked YouTube to take down the alleged anti-Muslim video that they blamed for the Benghazi attack.]