Apparently this was a really ambiguous message that could have been read to mean that an angry mob was protesting a YouTube trailer.
Just minutes after 35 jihadists crashed through the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, nearly one year ago, the facility got word to the State Department, FBI and Pentagon that terrorists were attacking, according to a forthcoming book that provides the fullest review of the assault to date.
In “Under Fire, the Untold Story of the Attack in Benghazi,” it is revealed that an unidentified security official in the Benghazi compound protecting Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens messaged the U.S. embassy in Tripoli: “Benghazi under fire, terrorist attack.” Stevens and three others died that night.
Twenty-five minutes after it began, the operation center at State received an electronic cable announcing the attack, according to authors Fred Burton, a former State Diplomatic Security agent and Samuel Katz, an author and expert on international special operations and counterterrorism.
So the CIA was pressured into discounting the immediate reports from the ground because they were politically inconvenient to the cause of Hillary 2016. The talking points were censored and a filmmaker was locked up and CNN’s finest lied about it during a political debate in what was an unambiguously prearranged moment by the political palace guard of the current government.
Furthermore, despite an immediate message warning that an armed terrorist attack was under way, no help was sent and the few men who intended to go were held back. The two Navy SEALS who disobeyed orders and rushed to their aid did so by disobeying orders, thereby affirming the Nuremberg protocols against the will of Obama Inc.
Had they survived, they could have no doubt told quite a story. Meanwhile the remaining survivors are being threatened and intimidated.