BenghaziGate: Pelosi Continues to Deny Reality as the Democrat Distraction Campaign Continues

BenghaziWhiteHouseMind if I ask you a question?

How many squirrels are there in the White House backyard?

The reason I asked that question is because it seems that every time that the President and his Administration gets in trouble, they point out another squirrel for us to concentrate on.

Now that it has been decided that there will be a House Select Committee appointed, with Trey Howdy as its chairman, to investigate that horrible night of September 11th, 2012, when 4 Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens, were slaughtered at the hands of al Qaeda operatives, on the grounds of the US Embassy Compound in Benghazi, Libya, the Administration and all of their minions, including the Main Stream Media, are trying their best to focus the country’s attention in another direction. This time the direction is Nigeria, where almost 250 young girls have been kidnapped by the al Qaeda operatives there.

The Administration’s efforts include having a picture of First Lady Michelle Obama holding up a sign of the Diplomatic Room of the White House featuring  the Twitter hashtag du jour, #BringBackOurGirls.

As I wrote earlier in the week, the President has sent military consultants over there in an effort to help find the young ladies, and to divert the low information voter’s attention away from the Benghazi Massacre.

Meanwhile, back on the homefront, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talked to reporters yesterday, after the House Democrat held a meeting, trying to decide whether to be a part of the Committee or not. She told the reporters that the formation of a select committee was simply a distraction from her fallen messiah’s master plan to raise the dead and cure athlete’s Foot.

Well…that’s not exactly what she said, but what she did say was just as goofy.

The Washington Examiner reports that

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says a new Republican-led panel to investigate the Benghazi attacks is just political stunt that doesn’t concern most Americans.

“Either people have gotten tired of Benghazi or they never knew about it in the first place,” the California Democrat told reporters Friday at the Capitol. “It’s all subterfuge because they don’t want to talk about what our responsibilities are here” in Congress.

The GOP-run House on Thursday rammed through a measure to establish a 12-member select committee to probe the attacks. The panel was set up to include seven Republicans and five Democrats, though Pelosi says that — for now — Democrats won’t participate.

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“Let’s not be accomplices to this diversionary tactic,” she said.

Pelosi added that the Republicans’ push for a new Benghazi panel was the result of GOP Rep. Darrell Issa’s failure to lead his own probe of the attacks.

Five House committees have been investigating the attacks, most notably the Oversight and Government Reform Committee led by Issa, R-Calif.

But Pelosi said Republican leaders have been so displeased with Issa’s efforts they decided to “move from him to another venue.”

“Issa just is damaged goods,” she said. “We’ve been there, done this, over and over again.”

Issa has been highly critical of the Obama administration’s response to the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans. The White House initially said the attacks were spontaneous and linked to protests earlier that day in Cairo against an American-made video denigrating Islam’s prophet Muhammad. But Republicans have said the evidence shows that the administration knew it was a planned attack by an organized anti-American terrorist group.

The Looney Lib-ette, while saying that “the American People are tired of it”, also said that “they never knew about it in the first place”.

I tried to figure that one out, but it gave me a headache.

Fox News Poll of 1,006 registered U.S. voters released in February, showed that

Overall, 66 percent of the respondents want the investigation t continue. And more specifically, 83 percent of Republicans, 50 percent of Democrats and 68 percent of independents agree — along with 92 percent of tea partyers, 78 percent of conservatives, 47 percent of liberals, 58 percent of blacks, 67 percent of whites, 68 percent of women and 63 percent of men.

For all of the Administration’s and their minions’ subterfuge and attempts at distraction, the fact remains that, on September 25, 2012, United States President, Barack Hussein Obama, spoke before the United Nations General Assembly, blaming an un-watched video, for the massacre of 4 brave Americans, on the night of September 11, 2011, at the Benghazi , Libya, U.S. Embassy Compound, by al Qaeda Operatives…

…In every culture, those who love freedom for themselves must ask themselves how much they’re willing to tolerate freedom for others. And that is what we saw play out in the last two weeks, where a crude and disgusting video sparked outrage throughout the Muslim world. Now, I have made it clear that the United States government had nothing to do with this video, and I believe its message must be rejected by all who respect our common humanity. It is an insult not only to Muslims, but to America as well.

For as the city outside these walls makes clear, we are a country that has welcomed people of every race and every faith. We are home to Muslims who worship across our country. We not only respect the freedom of religion, we have laws that protect individuals from being harmed because of how they look or what they believe.

We understand why people take offense to this video because millions of our citizens are among them. I know there are some who ask why don’t we just ban such a video. The answer is enshrined in our laws. Our Constitution protects the right to practice free speech.

Over a year and one-half later, the truth as to who issued the Stand Down Order, and sacrificed the lives of those 4 men, for the sake of political expediency, on that horrible night in Benghazi, is still not known. Americans have their suspicions. Suspicions that were not allayed any by the before-quoted speech by President Obama at the UN General Assembly, in which he proclaimed that

…The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.

Since that night in Benghazi, the Radical Muslim-fueled violence know as “Arab Spring” has proceeded “right on schedule”, with Syrian’s Muslim President Assad now in its cross-hairs. 

President Obama has made speeches in support of and sent advanced weaponry to the “Syrian Rebels”, whose majority are card-carrying members of the Muslim Terrorist Group, al Qaeda, perpetrators of the largest Terrorist Attack ever on American Soil, on 9/11/01, and the attack on the Benghazi Compound.

Fortunately, Americans refuse to support Obama’s mission to aid these Terrorists.

Our memories of those two faithful days, 11 years apart, and average Americans’ wish for justice for those 3,000 and 4 Americans, savagely murdered by the “followers of the prophet”, take precedence over any trumped-up concern by President Barack Hussein Obama over any slander of “Muhammed’s name”. 

Americans want the truth.

Obama and his followers can’t handle the truth.

Until Christ Comes,


Operation PRISM: But…But…Booosh!!!

obamaburningconstitutionYesterday, as news of President Barack Hussein Obama and his Administration’s dissection of innocent Americans’ Fourth Amendment Rights spread like wildfire across our nation, Liberals could be heard shrieking from coast to coast:

It’s Bush’s fault!!

What they are hysterically referring to, is the fact that, President George W. Bush signed the Patriot Act into law on October 26, 2001. Here are some of his remarks, given at the time:

…As of today, we’re changing the laws governing information-sharing. And as importantly, we’re changing the culture of our various agencies that fight terrorism. Countering and investigating terrorist activity is the number one priority for both law enforcement and intelligence agencies.

Surveillance of communications is another essential tool to pursue and stop terrorists. The existing law was written in the era of rotary telephones. This new law that I sign today will allow surveillance of all communications used by terrorists, including e-mails, the Internet, and cell phones.

As of today, we’ll be able to better meet the technological challenges posed by this proliferation of communications technology. Investigations are often slowed by limit on the reach of federal search warrants. Law enforcement agencies have to get a new warrant for each new district they investigate, even when they’re after the same suspect.

Under this new law, warrants are valid across all districts and across all states. And, finally, the new legislation greatly enhances the penalties that will fall on terrorists or anyone who helps them. Current statutes deal more severely with drug-traffickers than with terrorists. That changes today.

We are enacting new and harsh penalties for possession of biological weapons. We’re making it easier to seize the assets of groups and individuals involved in terrorism. The government will have wider latitude in deporting known terrorists and their supporters. The statute of limitations on terrorist acts will be lengthened, as will prison sentences for terrorists.

This bill was carefully drafted and considered. Led by the members of Congress on this stage, and those seated in the audience, it was crafted with skill and care, determination and a spirit of bipartisanship for which the entire nation is grateful. This bill met with an overwhelming — overwhelming agreement in Congress, because it upholds and respects the civil liberties guaranteed by our Constitution.

Bi-partisan…hmmmm…doesn’t that mean that both sides of the aisle signed off on the Patriot Act? Why, yes. It does.

Rush Limbaugh dissects the Liberals’ argument even further…

The Bush warrantless wiretaps involved foreign telephone calls. Remember when the left was getting so aggravated over the Bush warrantless wiretaps? They were involving domestic to foreign phone calls and foreign to domestic. The Bush administration was not monitoring domestic phone calls, contrary to what you were told or maybe led to believe. Obama is doing that exact thing. This is every phone call that Verizon handles. Now, they’re telling us, “Don’t worry, it’s just the metadata,” which is the phone numbers of every call, and the length of the call.

“It has nothing about the details of the call, nothing about the content. No, no, no, Mr. Limbaugh! What they’re looking for is spikes. They want to see if a bunch of numbers are called frequently, constantly in large numbers over long periods of time, and then they’ll zero in to find out who was making those calls.” So now what the media is saying along with Obama is, “Hey, this is all to protect you. Don’t sweat it! There nothing to see here. When these kinds of stories have come up about the NSA or phone records in the past under Bush…

This is not collection in the usual spy craft sense of eavesdropping. These phone logs are being used for what’s called “traffic analysis,” metadata. It involves looking for patterns in the data. But the huge number of records is almost certainly unprecedented here, as is the daily monitoring. But here’s the real question: Didn’t Obama tell us that the War on Terror is over? Didn’t he tell us that? (interruption) Yeah, I know we’re not supposed to remember he said that, but, see, I can’t help it; I do.

President Obama was in San Diego yesterday to give a Sales Pitch (disguised as a speech) about Obamacare. Instead, he attempted to answer why he is recording the communications of average American Citizens.

According to Obama,

Nobody is listening to your telephone calls.

They are not looking at people’s names, and they’re not looking at content. But by sifting through this so-called metadata, they may identify potential leads with respect to folks who might engage in terrorism.

…The programs that have been discussed over the last couple days in the press are secret in the sense that they’re classified, but they’re not secret in the sense that when it comes to telephone calls, every member of Congress has been briefed on this program.

The relevant intelligence committees are fully briefed on these programs. These are programs that have been authorized by broad, bipartisan majorities repeatedly since 2006. And so I think at the outset, it’s important to understand that your duly elected representatives have been consistently informed on exactly what we’re doing.

One of the things that we’re going to have to discuss and debate is how [we’re]striking this balance between the need to keep the American people safe and our concerns about privacy, because there are some trade-offs involved. And I welcome this debate. And I think it’s healthy for our democracy. I think it’s a sign of maturity.

…It’s important to recognize that you can’t have a hundred percent security and also then have a hundred percent privacy and zero inconvenience. You know, we’re going to have to make some choices as a society.

…There’s a reason why these programs are classified. There is a suggestion that somehow any classified program is a quote-unquote ‘secret’ program, which means it’s somehow suspicious. But the fact of the matter is, in our modern history there are a whole range of programs that have been classified.

If every step that we’re taking to try to prevent a terrorist act is on the front page of the newspapers or on television, then presumably the people who are trying to do us harm are going to be able to get around our preventive measures. That’s why these things are classified.

Uh huh. And, I suppose that explains your cover ops involving the DOJ, the AP, and Fox News. Or…your shenanigans involving your use of the IRS to sabotage, or, at least slow down Conservative Secular and Religious Organizations, in order to get re-elected.

Excuse Americans, if they don’t quite buy what you’re selling, Scooter. 

On May 23rd of this year, you announced that “The War on Terror is Over” and that

We must define our effort not as a boundless ‘Global War on Terror,’ but rather as a series of persistent, targeted efforts to dismantle specific networks of violent extremists that threaten America.

Deranged or alienated individuals – often U.S. citizens or legal residents – can do enormous damage, particularly when inspired by larger notions of violent jihad. That pull towards extremism appears to have led to the shooting at Fort Hood, and the bombing of the Boston Marathon.  So that’s the current threat: Lethal yet less capable al-Qaida affiliates. Threats to diplomatic facilities and businesses abroad. Homegrown extremists. This is the future of terrorism. We must take these threats seriously, and do all that we can to confront them.

If the threat of Muslim Terrorism has been reduced to “lone wolves” and a “weakened al-Qaeda”, Mr. President, why do you need, as was reported yesterday, to be monitoring billions of phone calls and 15 Internet Servers?

The answer is simple. Just like all the other scandals that have exploded in the last month, your motives are purely political. You are a Chicago Politician and you have brought the shady activities of Chicago Backroom Politics to the Office of the Presidency.

As your sycophants at the New York Times wrote yesterday, 

The administration has now lost all credibility on this issue. Mr. Obama is proving the truism that the executive branch will use any power it is given and very likely abuse it.


The best laid plans of mice and men oft times go awry.

Until He Comes,