“At this point in time what difference does it make?”
Bombshell Audio: ‘Sexual Predator’ Bill Clinton Bedded Super Model/Actress Elizabeth Hurley In White House While Hillary Was In Next Room
Allegedly on the night of their 1st White House tryst Hurley was flown into DC aboard Air Force 2, a hook up that marked the beginning of a year long affair, but; “What difference at this point does it make?”
(Radar Online) –As Hillary Clinton prepares to run for President in 2016, RadarOnline.com has uncovered bombshell new information that could torpedo her White House dreams: The philandering husband of the former United States Secretary of State, ex-President Bill Clinton, carried on a torrid year-long love affair with British supermodel Elizabeth Hurley behind White House walls.
That’s the explosive revelation dropped by the man who says he arranged the secret tryst, actor Tom Sizemore.
In a blockbuster exclusive, Radar has unearthed a secret audio recording during which the Hollywood actor, who had his own three-year sexual liaison with Hurley, recounts how the famously-frisky ex-President once sent a plane to fly Hurley to Washington D.C., where he bedded her in the White House — while First Lady Hillary was in the very next room!
On the tape, recorded in January of this year and provided to Radar and GLOBE in a joint investigation, 52-year-old Sizemore boasts to two pals about how he arranged the pair’s first rendezvous.
Sizemore claims that Clinton asked if he wanted to see the Lincoln Bedroom and after shaking his Secret Service detail, the pervy President quickly made his move!
“We walk in,” Sizemore says on the tape, when suddenly Clinton, then in his second-term of office, asked point-blank, “Did you go with Liz Hurley for four years? Do you still see her?”
When Sizemore confirmed they had dated but were no longer together, he says the President asked for her number.
Stunned at the suggestion, Sizemore admitted to being somewhat hesitant to dole out the digits, but claims Clinton insisted: “Give it to me. You dumb mother*****r, I’m the Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America. The buck stops here. Give me the damn number.”
Listen to the tape, below. (It has been edited to remove the voices of the two other individuals on the tape, at their request. Both asked not to be identified.)
———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Elizabeth denies the claims of ex-lover Sizemore as “ludicrously silly”.
Ludicrously silly stories about me & Bill Clinton. Totally untrue. In the hands of my lawyers. Yawn.
— Elizabeth Hurley (@ElizabethHurley) February 5, 2014
“Powerful folk can be sexy”:
Hurley, who recently split up from former Australian cricket player Shane Warne, has previously admitted to having an attraction to powerful politicians.
“Oh, I love David Cameron. I’ve had lunch with David and Samantha a few times and found them both extremely charming. I think he’s gorgeous. Super-sexy! He’s very hands-on with his kids, very charismatic,” the Daily Express quoted her as saying in 2010.
“Powerful folk can be sexy.
“I adore Clinton,” she added. “You know, naughty but nice with a very sexy voice. John Major was terribly dry and funny in the flesh too.”
I am not married to Bill Clinton so his sexual escapades are not my concern. Though as an American citizen, if indeed the story is true, what would make my blood boil is that he made use of AF2 to escort his soon to be conquest to his bed, which at the time was in the White House.
Is there any amount of credibility to the sordid tale? We may never know, but none the less knowing Bill’s history it is all to believable just the same.
O’Reilly Obama 2014 Superbowl Pregame Interview: Obamacare, Benghazi Attack, IRS Targeting [Full Video & Transcript]
BILL O’REILLY, HOST: Mr. President, thank you for doing this.
BARACK OBAMA: Great to be with you.
O’REILLY: Really appreciate it.
I want to get some things on the record.
So let’s begin with health care.
O’REILLY: October 1st it rolls out.
O’REILLY: Immediately, there are problems with the computers.
O’REILLY: When did you know there were going to be problems with those computers?
OBAMA: Well, I think we all anticipated there would be glitches, because any time you’ve got technology, a new program rolling out, there are going to be some glitches. I don’t think I anticipated or anybody anticipated the degree of the problems with the Web site. And…
O’REILLY: So you just didn’t know when it rolled out that this was going to be…
OBAMA: Well, I don’t think…
O’REILLY: — a problem?
OBAMA: — as I said, I don’t think anybody anticipated the degree of problems that you had on HealthCare.gov. The good news is that right away, we decided how are we going to fix it, it got fixed within a month and a half, it was up and running and now it’s working the way it’s supposed to and we’ve signed up three million people.
O’REILLY: I don’t know about that, because last week, there was an Associated Press call of people who actually went to the Web site and only 8 percent of them feel that it’s working well, working well.
Why didn’t you fire Sebelius, the secretary in charge of this…
O’REILLY: — because I mean she had to know, after all those years and all that money, that it wasn’t going to work?
OBAMA: You know, my main priority right now is making sure that it delivers for the American people. And what we…
O’REILLY: You’re not going to answer that?
OBAMA: — what — what we’ve ended up doing is we’ve got three million people signed up so far. We’re about a month behind of where we anticipated we wanted to be. We’ve got over six million people who have signed up for Medicaid.
OBAMA: We’ve got three million young people under the age of 26 who have signed up on their parents’ plan. And so what we’re constantly figuring out is how do we continue to improve it, how do we make sure that the folks who don’t have health insurance can get health insurance…
OBAMA: — and those who are underinsured are able to get better health insurance.
O’REILLY: I’m sure — I’m sure that the intent is noble, but I’m a taxpayer.
O’REILLY: And I’m paying Kathleen Sebelius’ salary and she screwed up.
O’REILLY: And you’re not holding her accountable.
OBAMA: Yes, well, I — I promise you that we hold everybody up and down the line accountable. But when we’re…
O’REILLY: But she’s still there.
OBAMA: — when we’re in midstream, Bill, we want to make sure that our main focus is how do we make this thing work so that people are able to sign up?
And that’s what we’ve done.
O’REILLY: All right.
Was it the biggest mistake of your presidency to tell the nation over and over, if you like your insurance, you can keep your insurance?
OBAMA: Oh, Bill, you’ve got a long list of my mistakes of my presidency…
O’REILLY: But, no, really, for you…
OBAMA: — as I’ve (INAUDIBLE)…
O’REILLY: — wasn’t that the biggest one?
OBAMA: But this is — this is one that I regret and I’ve said I regretted, in part because we put in a grandfather clause in the original law saying that, in fact, you were supposed to be able to keep it. It obviously didn’t cover everybody that we needed to and that’s why we changed it, so that we further grandfathered in folks and many people who thought originally, when they got that cancellation notice, they couldn’t keep it or not (INAUDIBLE)…
O’REILLY: It’s in the past. But isn’t that the…
O’REILLY: — biggest mistake?
OBAMA: Well, I, you know, Bill, as I said…
O’REILLY: You gave your enemies…
O’REILLY: — a lot of fodder for it.
OBAMA: — you were very generous in saying I look pretty good considering I’ve been in the presidency for five years. And I think part of the reason is, I try to focus not on the fumbles, but on the next plan.
O’REILLY: All right.
Libya, House Armed Services testimony, General Carter Ham, you know, the general?
OBAMA: Yes. Right.
O’REILLY: Security in Africa.
O’REILLY: He testified that on the day that the ambassador was murdered and the three other Americans, all right, he told Secretary Panetta it was a terrorist attack. Shortly after Ham, General Ham, said that, Secretary Panetta came in to you.
O’REILLY: Did he tell you, Secretary Panetta, it was a terrorist attack?
OBAMA: You know what he told me was that there was an attack on our compound…
O’REILLY: He didn’t tell you…
OBAMA: — (INAUDIBLE)…
O’REILLY: — he didn’t use the word “terror?”
OBAMA: You know, in — in the heat of the moment, Bill, what folks are focused on is what’s happening on the ground, do we have eyes on it, how can we make sure our folks are secure…
O’REILLY: Because I just want to get this on the record…
OBAMA: So, I…
O’REILLY: — did he tell you it was a terror attack?
OBAMA: Bill — and what I’m — I’m answering your question. What he said to me was, we’ve got an attack on our compound. We don’t know yet…
O’REILLY: No terror attack?
OBAMA: — we don’t know yet who’s doing it. Understand, by definition, Bill, when somebody is attacking our compound…
OBAMA: — that’s an act of terror, which is how I characterized it the day after it happened. So the — so the question ends up being who, in fact, was attacking us?
O’REILLY: But it’s more than that…
OBAMA: And that…
O’REILLY: — though…
OBAMA: — well, we…
O’REILLY: — because of Susan Rice.
OBAMA: No, it…
O’REILLY: It’s more than that because if Susan Rice goes out and tells the world that it was a spontaneous demonstration…
O’REILLY: — off a videotape but your…
O’REILLY: — your commanders and the secretary of Defense know it’s a terror attack…
OBAMA: Now, Bill…
OBAMA: — Bill…
O’REILLY: — as an American…
OBAMA: — Bill — Bill…
O’REILLY: — I’m just confused.
OBAMA: And I’m — and I’m trying to explain it to, if you want to listen. The fact of the matter is is that people understood, at the time, something very dangerous was happening, that we were focused on making sure that we did everything we can — could — to protect them. In the aftermath, what became clear was that the security was lax, that not all the precautions and — that needed to be taken were taken and both myself and Secretary Clinton and others indicated as much.
But at the moment, when these things happen, Bill, on the other side of the world, people…
O’REILLY: It’s the fog of war…
OBAMA: — people — that’s — people don’t know at the very moment exactly why something like this happens. And when you look at the videotape of this whole thing unfolding, this is not some systematic, well organized process. You see…
O’REILLY: Well, it was heavy weapons used…
OBAMA: — you…
O’REILLY: — and that…
OBAMA: — what you…
O’REILLY: — that’s the thing…
OBAMA: — what you see — Bill…
O’REILLY: — heavy weapons coming in.
OBAMA: — Bill, listen, I — I — I’ve gone through this and we have had multiple hearings on it. What happens is you have an attack like this taking place and you have a mix of folks who are just troublemakers. You have folks who have an ideological agenda.
O’REILLY: All right.
OBAMA: You have some who are affiliated with terrorist organizations. You have some that are not. But the main thing that all of us have to take away from this is our diplomats are serving in some very dangerous places.
O’REILLY: But there’s more…
OBAMA: And we’ve got…
O’REILLY: — there’s more than that…
OBAMA: — and we’ve got — and we’ve got to make sure that not only have we implemented all the reforms that were recommended…
OBAMA: — by the independent agency…
OBAMA: — but we also have to make sure that we understand our folks out there are in a hazardous, dangerous situation…
O’REILLY: I think everybody understands that…
OBAMA: — and we…
O’REILLY: — Mr. President.
OBAMA: No, but — but, actually, not everybody does, because what ends up happening…
O’REILLY: I think they do.
OBAMA: — what ends up happening is we end up creating a political agenda…
OBAMA: — over something…
O’REILLY: — and that’s…
OBAMA: — (INAUDIBLE)…
O’REILLY: — that was my next question.
OBAMA: — which Democrats and Republicans should be unified in trying to figure out how are we going to protect people (INAUDIBLE)?
O’REILLY: I’ve got to get to the IRS…
O’REILLY: — but I just want to say that they’re — your detractors believe that you did not tell the world it was a terror attack because your campaign didn’t want that out.
OBAMA: Bill, think about…
O’REILLY: That’s what they believe.
OBAMA: — and they believe it because folks like you are telling them that.
O’REILLY: No, I’m not telling them that.
O’REILLY: I’m asking you whether you were told…
OBAMA: But — and what I’m saying is…
O’REILLY: — it was a terror attack and you…
OBAMA: – and what I’m saying is that is inaccurate.
O’REILLY: All right.
OBAMA: We — we revealed to the American people exactly what we understood at the time. The notion that we would hide the ball for political purposes when, a week later, we all said, in fact, there was a terrorist attack taking place the day after, I said it was an act of terror, that wouldn’t be a very good cover-up…
O’REILLY: All right.
OBAMA: — if that’s what we were interested in.
O’REILLY: I’ve got to get to the IRS…
O’REILLY: — because I don’t know what happened there and I’m hoping maybe you can tell us. Douglas Shulman, former IRS chief, he was cleared into the White House 157 times, more than any of your cabinet members, more than any other IRS guy in the history, by far.
OK, why was Douglas Shulman here 157 times?
OBAMA: Mr. Shulman, as the head of the IRS, is constantly coming in, because at the time, we were trying to set up the, uh, HealthCare.gov and the IRS…
O’REILLY: What did he have to do with that?
OBAMA: — and the IRS is involved in making sure that that works as part of the overall health care team.
O’REILLY: So it was all health care?
OBAMA: Number two, we’ve also got the IRS involved when it comes to some of the financial reforms to make sure that we don’t have taxpayer funded bailouts in the future. So you had all these different agendas in which the head of the IRS is naturally involved.
O’REILLY: Did you speak to him a lot…
OBAMA: — (INAUDIBLE).
O’REILLY: — yourself?
OBAMA: I do not recall meeting with him in any of these meetings that are pretty routine meetings that we had.
O’REILLY: OK, so you don’t — you don’t recall seeing Shulman, because what some people are saying is that the IRS was used…
O’REILLY: — at a — at a local level in Cincinnati, and maybe other places to go after…
OBAMA: Absolutely wrong.
O’REILLY: — to go after.
OBAMA: Absolutely wrong.
O’REILLY: But how do you know that, because we — we still don’t know what happened there?
OBAMA: Bill, we do — that’s not what happened. They — folks have, again, had multiple hearings on this. I mean these kinds of things keep on surfacing, in part because you and your TV station will promote them.
O’REILLY: But don’t…
OBAMA: But when (INAUDIBLE)…
O’REILLY: — think there are unanswered questions?
OBAMA: Bill, when you actually look at this stuff, there have been multiple hearings on it. What happened here was it that you’ve got a…
O’REILLY: But there’s no definition on it.
OBAMA: — you’ve got a 501(c)(4) law that people think is focusing. No — that the folks did not know how to implement…
OBAMA: — because it basically says…
O’REILLY: — so you’re saying there was no…
OBAMA: — if you are involved…
O’REILLY: — no corruption there at all, none?
OBAMA: That’s not what I’m saying.
OBAMA: That’s actually…
O’REILLY: No, no, but I want to know what…
OBAMA: — (INAUDIBLE)…
O’REILLY: — you’re saying. You’re the leader of the country.
O’REILLY: You’re saying no corruption?
OBAMA: There were some — there were some bone-headed decisions…
O’REILLY: Bone-headed decisions…
OBAMA: — out of — out of a local office…
O’REILLY: But no mass corruption?
OBAMA: Not even mass corruption, not even a smidgeon of corruption, I would say.
O’REILLY: OK. I got a letter from Kathy LaMaster (ph), Fresno, California. I said I would read one letter from the folks, all right?
OBAMA: All right.
O’REILLY: “Mr. President, why do you feel it’s necessary to fundamentally transform the nation that has afforded you so much opportunity and success?”
OBAMA: I don’t think we have to fundamentally transform the nation…
O’REILLY: But those are your words.
OBAMA: I think that what we have to do is make sure that here in America, if you work hard, you can get ahead. Bill, you and I benefitted from this incredible country of ours, in part, because there were good jobs out there that paid a good wage, because you had public schools that functioned well, that we could get scholarships if we didn’t come from a wealthy family, in order to go to college.
OBAMA: That, you know, if you worked hard, not only did you have a good job, but you also had decent benefits, decent health care…
O’REILLY: They’re cutting me off…
OBAMA: — and for a lot of folks, we don’t have that. We’ve got to make sure that we’re doing everything we can to expand the middle class…
O’REILLY: All right…
OBAMA: — and work hard and people who are working hard can get into the middle class.
O’REILLY: I think — I — you know, I know you think maybe we haven’t been fair, but I think your heart is in the right place.
Projection for the game — who’s going to win the Super Bowl?
OBAMA: I can’t make a prediction. I don’t know. These guys are too evenly matched. I think it is going to be 24-21, but I don’t know who’s going to be…
O’REILLY: You don’t really know?
OBAMA: — 24 and I don’t know who’s going to be 21.
O’REILLY: Mr. President, thanks very much.
OBAMA: I enjoyed it.
Sounds like a drastic way to score brownie points. But hey, feel free to knock yourself out.
(The Hill) –Rep. Danny Davis (D-Ill.) is excited for a possible Hillary Clinton run in 2016. Very excited.
The Hill asked congressional Democrats if they would back Clinton if she opts to launch another presidential bid.
There were plenty of entertaining responses, most notably Davis’s.
“I would jump off the Willis Tower [formerly known as the Sears Tower -VH], which is the tallest building in Chicago, to support Hillary Clinton,” Davis said.
H/T IJ Review
Translation: ‘Time to move on ’cause I wanna be 1st fem president. And if stepping over the bodies of dead Americans (even though I am complicit in their deaths and consequently lied to their loved ones by blaming it on the ‘video’) is what it takes then –so be it. At this point in time what difference does it make that I was caught ‘red-handed’.
- Video: Susan Rice Benghazi “False Controversy” Annnnd …FIVE days after the 9/11 anniversary attack in Benghazi then US Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice appeared on FIVE Sunday morning talk shows (blaming the video) pinch hitting for then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton because …wait for it… Hillary had a “painful stressful week”.
- Detestable! Hillary Clinton Screeches During #Benghazi Testimony: ‘What Difference Does It Make If We Lied About How & Why 4 Americans Died?!’ [Video]
- Hillary Clinton Now Under Fire for Her Reaction to New [Benghazi] Libya Info After Letting Out a Chuckle
- ABC Exclusive: Obama Admin Revised #Benghazi Talking Points 12 Times! Al-Qaeda Affiliates Ansar al-Sharia, CIA Terror Warnings Scrubbed At Request of State Dept.
- #Benghazi Victims Mother: “Hillary & Susan Rice Both Told Me Personally Nose To Nose It Was The ‘Video’”
Benghazi Victims’ Families,Conservative & Military Leaders To Boehner: Create A Select Committee Now
The Honorable John Boehner
Speaker, U.S. House of Representatives
The Capitol, H-232
Washington, D.C., 20515
January 6, 2014
Dear Speaker Boehner,
We write to express our grave concern over the failure of your House of Representatives to extract the truth from the Obama administration concerning the attack on our diplomatic and intelligence facilities in Benghazi, Libya; and, the brutal deaths of Ambassador Christopher Stephens, U.S. Foreign Service Officer Sean Smith, and security officers Ty Woods and Glen Doherty.
To date, five (5) different committees of the House have conducted separate hearings, uncovering information in a piecemeal fashion lacking professional investigators. The five committees’ efforts are disjointed and uncoordinated. The Obama administration has benefited from that dysfunctional process to hide the truth. Hardly any Obama administration witnesses have testified – publicly or privately. You have resisted repeated calls for the creation of a select investigative committee with subpoena authority. It appears that you are satisfied to allow that state of investigative incoherence and ambiguity to continue. The last public hearing by any of the five committees was held in September – four (4) months ago. The families of the dead who fought valiantly to protect the mission and their families, the survivors, and the American people deserve better from you and your Members of Congress. They deserve the absolute truth from their government. Your failure to get the truth and hold public officials accountable increases the possibility of other repeat attacks and additional failures to defend Americans abroad.
On Sunday, December 29, 2013, the New York Times published a story concerning the Benghazi attacks that directly contradicts the sworn testimony of witnesses who appeared before various committees. Besides the obvious New York Times editorial and political objectives of inoculating Hillary Clinton and her 2016 presidential campaign from further criticism of her failures as Secretary of State, the story contradicts objective truth and established facts in a way that confuses the public. Your inaction and failure to lead on the Benghazi investigation directly contributes to the repetition of lies; a lack of accountability from responsible government officials; and the political advancement of persons who seek to continue to “fundamentally transform” the Constitution and our country. The New York Times recent publication proves the Benghazi story is not “going away.”
Your oversight of the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation has been without any meaningful effect or result. Not a single terrorist in this well-planned and executed military attack by radical Islamists has been apprehended. Ahmed Abu Khattala, a ringleader of the attack, granted long interviews to reporters in Benghazi cafes, while the Obama administration – and you – have done nothing. Nearly 16 months after the terrorist attack, the American public has no accountability and no plan of action from House leadership. The public is subjected to undisputed disinformation from a White House who calls the terror attack a “phony scandal.” While the White House repeats false and misleading information, you continue to ignore claims, documented by Rep. Frank Wolf, of intelligence officers being intimidated with multiple, punitive polygraph examinations and harassing non-disclosure agreement demands. If Benghazi is “phony” why are intelligence officers being threatened not to speak and subjected to polygraph exams? Why do you stand by passively?
Some analysts believe your inaction and passivity towards getting to the truth concerning Benghazi is because you were briefed on the intelligence and special operations activities in Libya as a member of the “Super 8.” You may possess “guilty knowledge.” We recall how then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi developed a form of “amnesia” concerning a documented briefing she received on so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques” – later termed “torture” for political purposes. Are you in the same position as your predecessor? Are you dodging a legitimate, thorough, coordinated investigation of Benghazi because it will damage your political position as Speaker?
You should be embarrassed that members of Congress, and your own party, are forced to file Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests with Obama administration agencies to get basic information about the Benghazi issue. What a sad and pathetic statement about the operations of House standing committees looking into this tragedy that FOIA has become the last resort of even Republican Members seeking the truth! Are you concerned that the scattershot and untimely efforts of the various committees may actually be doing more harm than good at documenting facts? These are all examples of Republican leadership failures. How are you accountable?
Rep. Mike Rogers and the Intelligence Committee seem to act as defense counsel for the Obama administration. A recent Intelligence Committee weekly update note stated as fact that no arms shipments were being run from Libya, and that no intelligence officers were being coerced not to speak. There is substantial evidence to the contrary on both counts. Why does Rep. Rogers parrot the discredited falsehoods of the so-called “Accountability Review Board” (ARB)? Conflicting accounts, testimony and evidence need to be investigated – not dismissed or ignored. Don’t those contradictions and questions compel you, on behalf of the American people, to take any action to resolve the matter and get to the truth?
Aren’t you concerned that General Carter Ham was suddenly and prematurely recalled from AFRICOM, and then made statements at the Aspen Institute that directly contradicted the Obama administration’s position on the nature of the attack in Benghazi? Why has General Ham not testified publicly before one of the House committees?
The New York Times story reports that the CIA was, in fact, collecting weapons in Benghazi. If true, why was the CIA running a separate, parallel weapons program from the State Department’s $40 million collection effort? Where did the CIA-purchased weapons go? Is the Obama administration arming al Qaeda affiliated jihadists in Syria?
If you wished, you could have publicly engaged Rep. Devin Nunes concerning his November 6, 2013 letter to you, addressing the nine unanswered questions about Benghazi. Instead, there was thundering silence from your office. You have an opportunity to show strong leadership and resolve a national disgrace perpetrated by specific public officials. You are failing.
Your reluctance to lead and resistance to create a Select Committee on Benghazi must end. More than 75% of all House Republicans – with the conspicuous absence of those in leadership or committee chairmen – have cosponsored Rep. Wolf’s Select Committee bill. Few bills in this Congress demonstrate such overwhelming support from Republicans. Additionally, the bill enjoys the support of national security advocacy groups, and the Wall Street Journal editorial board, among many others.
We urge you to bring the bill to the floor for a vote immediately to start effective oversight on this critical national security matter immediately. We have waited long enough. Your approach is not working.
Mr. Speaker, we call upon you to act now and create a Select Committee on Benghazi to investigate all aspects of the United States involvement in Libya, to include, but not be limited to the attacks of September 11, 2012. It must now also include the protracted cover-up the American people, the families of the fallen and those with loved ones serving overseas have endured. The new committee must have subpoena power, capable staff and Members from both parties who are committed to finding the truth, not playing politics. The Committee must be staffed with new, professional, qualified and experienced investigators. It must have resources to conduct a thorough, comprehensive investigation and issue an exhaustive report before this Congress adjourns.
Charles Woods, Father of Ty Woods
Pat Smith, Mother of Sean Smith
Michael Ingmire, Musician/Writer, Uncle to Sean Smith
Adm. Jerome L. Johnson, USN Ret., former Vice Chief of Naval Operations
Lt. Gen. E.G. “Buck” Shuler, Jr., USAF, (Ret)
Lt. Gen. Richard D. Lawrence, USA (Ret)
LTG William G. Boykin, USA (Ret)
Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, USA Ret, Chairman, Stand Up America
Maj. Gen. Carroll D. Childers, USA (Ret), Ranger
Maj. Gen. Thomas F. Cole, USA (Ret)
Maj. Gen. Richard M. Cooke, USMC (Ret)
Amb. Henry F. Cooper, Former Director, Strategic Defense Initiative
LTC Allen B. West (US Army, Ret) former Congressman, FL
Capt Joseph R. John, USNA â€˜62, USN (Ret), Chairman, Combat Veterans For Congress PAC
Debra Burlingame, Co-founder, 9/11 Families for a Safe and Strong America
Elaine Donnelly, President, Center for Military Readiness
Dick Brauer, Col, USAF (Ret), Special Operation Speaks
Tom Fitton, President, Judicial Watch
Allen Roth, Secure America Now
Joel A. Arends, Veterans for a Strong America
Ginni Thomas, President, Liberty Consulting
Catherine Engelbrecht, President, True the Vote
Anita MonCrief, Black Voters Alliance
David Wallace, Restore America’s Mission
Dr. James Pollock, Maj., USAF (Ret), OIF VETx2, SOCOM, Wounded Warrior Congressional Advocate
John J. Molloy, Chairman, National Vietnam & Gulf War Veterans Coalition
James C. Harding, Col USAF (Ret) National Spokesman for Veteran Defenders of America
Diane M. Sendlenski, Veteran US Air Force, Special Operations Speaks Coordinator
John G. B. Howland, Publisher, USNA-At-Large
Katherine Cornell Gorka, Executive Director, The Westminster Institute
Paul Caprio, Executive Director, Family Pac Federal
William L. Walton, Chairman, Rappahannock Ventures LLC
Sandy Rios, Director of Governmental Affairs, American Family Association
David Horowitz, President, Freedom Center
Peter Thomas, Chairman, The Conservative Caucus
Rear Adm. Hugh P. Scott, MC, USN (Ret)
Rear Adm. Bill McDaniel, USN (Ret)
Rear Adm. John A. Moriarty, USN, (Ret)
Rear Adm. Robert B. McClinton, USN (Ret)
Rear Adm. Don G. Primeau, USN (Ret)
Brig. Gen. Michael Neil, USMCR (Ret)
Brig. Gen. Francis Hughes, USA (Ret)
Brig. Gen. John Zierdt, Jr., USA (Ret)
Brig. Gen. Michael T. Byrnes, USA (Ret)
Brig. Gen. William A. Bloomer, USMC (Ret)
Captain Kenneth Rauch, USN (Ret)
Captain Peter A. Hewett, JAGC, U.S. Navy (Ret)
Captain James Knight, USN (Ret)
Captain Roger W. Barnett, USN (Ret)
Captain Gregory Streeter, USN (Ret) USNA ’58
Col. G. Huntington Banister, USA (Ret), and former Acting Director, Selective Service System, 1994
Col. S. Badiner, USMC (Ret)
Col. Gregory G. Raths, USMC (Ret)
Col. Joseph V. Potter, USAF (Ret)
Col. Rob Maness, USAF (Ret), U.S. Senate Candidate 2014, R-Louisiana
Dan Bongino, 2012 Republican Nominee for US Senate, MD
Lt. Col. Ken Benway, USA (Ret)
Lt. Col. Dennis B. Haney, USAF (Ret)
CDR Randolph J. Horhutz, USNA ’61, SC, USN (Ret)
Everett Woolum, CMSGT, USAF (Ret)
Gregory J. Rose, USNA ’73
Thomas Corboy, USNA, â€˜61
Anthony R. Papandrea, USNA â€˜61
Raymond H. Clary, Jr., USNA â€˜65
John W. Slagle, U.S. Navy Aviation veteran (Ret) Special Agent U.S.B.P. Anti-Smuggling Unit
Sarah Folger White, Former Presidential Commissioner
Dick and Patricia Schermerhorn, Appleton, WI
Lee Boyland, Author, former military officer, entrepreneur, nuclear engineer
Susan Creed Percy, Advocate for Military Families
Dave Hollenbeck, retired CA Highway Patrol
Paul F. Wirtz, Military family, OH resident
John Lillywhite, U.S. Citizen
Gene Andrews, U. S. Citizen
Mrs. Nancy Olbert, Supervisor Criminal Advocates, Daytona, FL State Attorney Office
Dr. Frank Ingels, Military Defense Consultant, MSIC/TETRA Office
Robert M. Trent, Senior Special Agent, USINS and former Marine and Vietnam combat veteran
Kelly Monroe Kullberg, Christians for a Sustainable Economy; OH resident
(Via Family Security Matters)
Annnnd …FIVE days after the 9/11 anniversary attack in Benghazi then US Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice appeared on FIVE Sunday morning talk shows (blaming the video) pinch hitting for then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton because …wait for it… Hillary had a “painful stressful week”.
FOUR Americans were killed by bloodthirsty Islamic jihadist savages during an 8 hour siege, and Hill’s week was “painful” and “stressful”?!?!
(Politico) –National Security Adviser Susan Rice says she has no regrets about taking the Sunday show interviews that brought her career under fire in September 2012.
Pressed Sunday on CBSâ€™s â€œ60 Minutesâ€ as to why Hillary Clinton didnâ€™t appear for interviews following the lethal attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Rice said she had filled in willingly because of the then-secretary of stateâ€™s particularly â€œpainfulâ€ and â€œstressfulâ€ week.
â€œI donâ€™t have time to think about the false controversy,â€ Rice said. â€œIn the midst of all of swirl about things like talking points, the administration has been working very, very hard across the globe to review our security of our embassies and our facilities. Thatâ€™s what we ought to be focused on.â€
This video is from October 2013, but as Mr. Pinko at iOwnTheWorrld said; it’s “worth repeating”.
(Please note: I have embedded several relevant links throughout the transcript text.)
“We will not waiver in our commitment to see that justice is done for this terrible act in Benghazi. And make no mistake justice will be done. ”
That was the president of the United States over a year ago.
“We’re investigating exactly what happened. But my biggest priority now is bringing those folks [al-Qaeda islamic jihadists FIFY] to justice. ”
That was the president of the United States over a year ago.
No one has been arrested. No one has been prosecuted. No one has been [air quotes] brought to justice. We don’t even have access to the witness’. You in the media were good enough for my 16 years as a prosecutor not to tell me how to do my job. And so far in congress you all have been good enough not to tell me how to do my job.Â I’m not telling you how to do your job. But I’m gonna ask you some questions, and if you can’t answer these questions, then I’ll leave you to draw whatever conclusions you want to draw about whether or not the media has provided sufficient oversight.
- Can you tell me why Chris Stevens was in Benghazi the night that he was killed?
- Do you know?
- Does it bother you whether or not you know why Chris Stevens was in Benghazi?
- Do you know why we were the last flag flying in Benghazi after the British had left and the Red Cross had been bombed?
- Do you know why requests for additional security were denied?
- Do you know why an Ambassador asking for more security days and weeks before he was murdered and those requests went unheeded?
- Do you know the answer to why those requests went unheeded?
- Do you know why no assets were deployed during the siege?
- And I’ve heard the explanation which defies logic frankly, that we couldn’t have gotten there in time.
- But you know, they didn’t know when it was gonna end.
- So how could you possibly cite that as an excuse?
- Do you know whether the president called any of our allies and said can you help we have men under attack?
- Can you answer that?
- Do any of you know why Susan Rice was picked?
- The secretary of state [Hillary Clinton] did not go.
- She says she doesn’t like Sunday talk shows, it’s the only media venue she does not like. If that’s true.
- Why was Susan Rice on the five Sunday talk shows?
- Do you know the origin of this mythology that it [the attack] was spawned as a spontaneous reaction to a video?
- Do you know where that started?
- Do you know how we got from no evidence of that to that being the official position of the administration?
- In conclusion; congress is supposed to provide oversight, the voters are supposed to provide oversight, and you [the media] are supposed to provide oversight.
- That’s why you have special liberties and that’s why you have special protections.
- I am not surprised that the president of the United States called this a “phony scandal“.
- I’m not surprised that Secretary Clinton asked; “What difference does it make?”
- I’m not even surprised that Jay Carney said Benghazi “happened a long time ago“.
- I’m just surprised at how many people bought it.
Ronan Farrow (son of Mia and the first director of the State Dept Office of Global Youth Issues under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton) prefers style over substance.
â€œTheyâ€™re nimble politicians. And also they represent a style of honesty that the public craves right now. And thatâ€™s reflected in the numbers.â€
LOL LOL LOL LOL HA HA HA HA HA HA Snort. LOL LOL LOL LOL HA HA HA HA HA Snort. Oh my aching sides!
Well, bless his little ‘ol heart.
Let’s take a walk down Bill and Hillary Clinton’s “stye of honesty” memory lane, shall we? ‘Cmon, it will be a blast! And who doesn’t enjoy a stylized honest blast from the past?
There are lies, then there are damn lies.
And Hillary’s list is of damn lies is breathtakingly loooong.