Sep 14 2012

Clueless News Network (CNN) Keeps Trying To Cover For Administration Screw Up In Libya

Published by at 3:09 pm under All General Discussions

Where there is smoke (or in this case anonymous administration sources speaking to the Clueless News Network (CNN)) there is usually fire.

As the Libyans and others note: the current violent unrest sparked on the anniversary of 9-11, which led to the death of 4 Americans (and President Obama to run to Las Vegas), was really a coordinated attack – not some spontaneous eruption of hatred. I have been listening to the Manchurian Press over at CNN this morning, and apparently they have not connected the clear and obvious dots. They are still spouting administration CYA BS that the attacks and deaths were not planned but an accident of events getting out of control.

The latest, hopeless spin concerns the fact that the intelligence alarm bells going off about how an innocuous anti-Mohammed movie was becoming an internet firestorm were not tied to a specific threat (same thing we heard from the Bush and Clinton administrations regarding 9-11 of course). So what? The internet storm itself could be part of the plan.

One of the things this attack required was cover and distraction. What we see is a classic example of internet-driven astroturfing (something the Dems do as a political profession, so they should have seen the dots). That building internet fire is just one of many indications of a preplanned attack this administration completely missed.

Here are the other indications of a planned attack:

  1. The ‘movie’ issue drove protestors to embassies, amongst whom hid 100’s of Jihadists. It is no accident the protests were where they were – outside embassies. This multi-prong incident caught the Obama administration off-balance and unable to adapt and react to events. So how did these protest end up so well placed?
  2. The collection of arms for those 100’s ’embedded’ Jidahists is no accident of the moment. You have to move arms of this number well in advance of the intended event.
  3. The knowledge that the US Ambassador to Libya was not at the embassy – but at a remote consulate – was also no coincidence of the moment.
  4. The fact the man who pushed hardest to support Libyan Rebels (the now deceased US Ambassador to Libya) was the prime target and victim is no accident either.
  5. Knowledge and positioning of mortars at the safe house for that specific consulate on that day – manned by expert gunners – is no coincidence of the moment.

These are not random events. There are of course likely even more telltales that these attacks, hidden by an astroturfed internet event and protest, so they can happen as planned on the 11th anniversary of 9-11.

So why does the Obama administration need to feed BS to the Clueless News Network to pretend this was not a coordinated attack running under the cover of a supposed spontaneous protest?

Now that, my friends, is a newsworthy question to investigate.

11 responses so far

11 Responses to “Clueless News Network (CNN) Keeps Trying To Cover For Administration Screw Up In Libya”

  1. kathie says:

    We have a president who really thinks 911 was about the USA and George Bush. Obama is president now, he said we are the good guys with him at the helm, ya know he speaks Arabic and all. So there is no need to secure American Embassies around 911?

    We lost Americans because Obama thinks “he’s the one”. I am sick.

  2. Redteam says:

    This ‘movie’ thing baffles me. I and probably 99% of Americans never heard of it, but these people that live in goat stables know all about it.
    That’s a big crock. I’m not saying none of those people had ever heard of it, but it’s safe to say that the average camel jockey never has.
    Empty Chair has smooched the islams to the point that they thought they had his permission to do what they did. EC is 100% responsible for this even tho because of missing his daily briefings he may not have known exactly when it was going to happen.

  3. Frogg1 says:

    It’s not about the movie.

  4. Frogg1 says:

    It looks like Congress will be holding a hearing on this so no doubt we will be hearing more about what happened. All I know for now is that the Middle East in on fire; the State Department is in meltdown, and we are leaderless.

  5. Redteam says:

    Frogg, the correct term is ‘we have an Empty Chair’

  6. momdear1 says:

    If this administration was serious about ending these attacks on us, it would target those militant Imans who are preaching hatred and urging their congregations to leave their Mosques every Friuday and go on rampages. The purpose of these attacks is to put the fear of God into Americans. Our government needs to give them a taste of their own medicine. Put the fear of
    God into those who instigate and organize these murderous rampages. Nobody ever won a war by having compassion for their enemies and walking on eggs for fear what we do will upset them, harm their civilians, or make them angrier.

  7. Frogg1 says:

    NYT’s Helene Cooper: Obama’s Actions Show His Lack Of Influence

    Spot on. Where has this NYT’s reporter been all our lives?

  8. Frogg1 says:

    Momdear1, you are so right. The whole story needs to be told to the American people about what is really going on. We need to be talking about this.

  9. Frogg1 says:

    Here is CNN’s problem in a nutshell:

    Figures. CNN Reporters Now Asking Twitter Followers to Donate to Obama

  10. Frogg1 says:

    Change of subject:

    Get a load of this…..

    (Exclusive) Internal DOJ Documents Argued for SC Voter ID Approval … but Obama Appointees Overruled

    PJ Media has learned that a team of career lawyers, expert analysts, and supervisors in the Justice Department Voting Section recommended that South Carolina’s photo voter identification law be precleared under the Voting Rights Act as non-discriminatory. Presidential appointees in the Justice Department then disregarded the career recommendation and an objection followed, blocking South Carolina’s voter ID law.
    This revelation is also damning because it means there is extensive DOJ documentation supporting South Carolina’s lawsuit. DOJ lawyers did not reveal to the three-judge federal panel the internal preclearance recommendation stating that the law did not discriminate. Nor did the Justice Department provide these documents to South Carolina in discovery.

  11. john11 says:

    It looks like Congress will be holding a hearing on this so no doubt we will be hearing more about what happened.