“Most people were like down in the Situation Room and [President Obama] was like, ‘I’m not going to be down there, I can’t watch this entire thing,’ So he, myself, Pete Souza the White House photographer, Marvin, we must have played 15 hands, 15 games of spades.”
Reggie Love at an event held at UCLA last month (July), hosted by the D.C.-based Artists & Athletes Alliance:
H/T Mara Zebest at The Gateway Pundit:
Apparently, YouTube is already working at protecting the White House, and has already scrubbed evidence of the Reggie Love interview. An alternative YouTube link (below) was found with the segment in question, hat tip ORYR. The full 8:59 minute interview can be viewed here at LiveLeak.
Dave Urbanski at The Blaze makes some excellent points:
We should be clear that Love didn’t specify which parts of the Situation Room activities Obama chose to skip. There is the famous photo published by the White House showing him in the room during what appears to be the climax of the raid:
Still, it will likely raise questions regarding how the president may have reacted during another important military event during his presidency: the terror attack on the compound in Benghazi.
If he was playing cards while others were down in the situation room on arguably the most important night of his presidency, some will wonder, what might Obama have been doing on the night of the Benghazi raid more than a year later?
And we will continue to wonder unless the truth comes out. BECAUSE no such photo exists of Obama in the Situation Room the night of the islamic jihad attack in Benghazi. The distressed, pained expressions on Obama’s and Hillary’s faces in the one above should have been seen in a Benghazi attack night Sit Room photo. But Obama and Hillary did not even bother to to be photographed showing fake concern, Americans under attack was not a high priority. What does that tell you. Plenty.
Why there is no Sit Room photo of that tragic, fateful night in Benghazi, Libya is (fill in the blank) ______.
Also see: Strange Anomalies in the Famous [Osama Raid] Situation Room Photo Was it real or was it photoshopped?