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White House Ordered Prosecution of Mohammed Filmmaker
Posted By Daniel Greenfield On October 25, 2012 @ 5:54 pm In The Point | 29 Comments
Clinton’s State Department botched Benghazi and the entire illegal Libyan War and when she met the father of the man who stood and fought against impossible odds, facing down the killers who had been set loose by the Obama Administration’s illegal war, all that she could think to tell him was that the Bill of Rights and the Constitution that his son had sworn an oath to support and defend would be trashed to appease his son’s killers.
The father of Tyrone Woods, the ex-Navy SEAL killed in Benghazi, met with Obama and Clinton. And he reports that Clinton told him that they were going to “arrest and prosecute” the man behind the Mohammed movie.
There would be no reason for Clinton to have that information unless the decision did not come from the level of the Federal prosecutor in California, thousands of miles away, but from the White House and the State Department. That makes this a political prosecution and a direct attack by the government on Freedom of Speech by Obama and Hillary Clinton.
If this had been done under Bush, it would be a front page story. For 8 years liberals screamed that freedom was somehow under attack. Now freedom really is under attack in the most literal way possible. And no one cares.
The media can no longer deny that the prosecution of Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, aka Mark Basseley Youssef is political or that he is a political prisoner. To do that they have to call the father of a murdered SEAL a liar, and they aren’t willing to do that yet. What they will do is ignore the story and bury it.
There are scandals there are one note. One act of wrongdoing. And there’s the rotting mess of Benghazigate which turns up a new ugly angle every day.
Of all the ugliness of Benghazigate, its ugliest revelation may be that the Obama Administration has given us America’s first political prisoner.
Here’s a partial transcript from Poor Richard’s News
I could tell that something wasn’t right. I was back there at Andrews Air Force Base when the bodies were shipped in. We were in a room, a building, a little ways away from the hangar where the speech was given, and for about a half hour the President was there, the Vice President was there, Hillary was there, Colin Powell was there. When the President…we had formed little pod areas for each one of the families…and when he came over to our little area, I could tell, he kind of just mumbled. You know, “I’m sorry.” His face was looking at me, but his eyes were looking over my shoulder like he could not look me in the eye. And it was not a sincere, “I’m really sorry” you know “that your son died.” It was a totally insincere, more of a whining type, “I’m sorry.” And it was like shaking hands with a dead fish. It just didn’t feel right. And now it’s coming out that apparently, the White House Situation Room was watching our people die.
Well, this is what Hillary did. She came over and, you know, she did the same thing, separately came over and talked with me. I gave her a hug, shook her hand, and she did not appear to be one bit sincere at all. She mentioned that thing about, “We’re going to have that person arrested and prosecuted that did the video.” That was the first time I had even heard about anything like that. And apparently even the State Department had a live stream and was aware of their calls for help. This was my son, he wasn’t even there. He was at a safe house about a mile away. He got the distress call. He heard them crying for help. That’s why he and Glenn risked their lives to go that extra mile just to take care of the situation. And I’m sure that she wasn’t the only one that received that distress call: “Come save our lives.”
When I heard that there’s a very good chance that the White House as well as other members of the military knew what was going on, and obviously someone had to say, “Don’t go rescue them.” Because every person in the military, their first response is, “We’re going to go rescue them.” We need to find out who it was that gave that command.
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