Monday, September 17, 2012

Allen West - On U.S. UN Ambassador Susan Rice and Embassy Attacks

Real Clear Politics -- Rep. ALLEN WEST (R-Fla.) on FOX News' Justice with Judge Jeanine Sunday night: Well, it's very simple. When I listened to the UN ambassador Susan Rice today several words came to mind: asinine, naive, inept, incompetent and borderline ignorant. Because when you understand that the Egyptian government, their intelligence services, put out a letter talking about the potential threat of an attack, uprisings, about a week before this. It was even printed in the Jerusalem Post on 9/11.

And anyhow, I can tell you Judge, being in the combat zones several times after 9/11, we were always on a higher state of security and alertness on 9/11. It should have been the exact same thing here. And for Susan Rice to say this was not a well coordinated attack -- first of all, I have to ask her what is her line of expertise in understanding what a well coordinated attack is because this was not happenstance, it was not coincidence. It was well planned, well coordinated and the president there in Libya confirms that.
Blog author's comments - Thank you Allen West. “Asinine, naive, inept, incompetent and borderline ignorant,” this sounds like job qualifications to work in the Obama Administration. I wish someone would have asked Ms. Rice about the upcoming film concerning the killing of Osama bin Laden. I wonder if this will also incite the terrorists in the Middle East.

Anyone who can't see that this administration is absolutely unqualified hopefully will be unable to find a voting booth in November. U.S. foreign policy, which includes national security, is disintegrating under the Obama administration.

UN Ambassador Susan Rice: Libya Embassy Attack By Extremists Was Spontaneous

Via: Fox News

An intelligence source on the ground in Libya told Fox News that there was no demonstration outside the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi prior to last week's attack -- challenging the Obama administration's claims that the assault grew out of a "spontaneous" protest against an anti-Islam film.

"There was no protest and the attacks were not spontaneous," the source said, adding the attack "was planned and had nothing to do with the movie."

The source said the assault came with no warning at about 9:35 p.m. local time, and included fire from more than two locations. The assault included RPG's and mortar fire, the source said, and consisted of two waves.

The account that the attack started suddenly backs up claims by a purported Libyan security guard who told McClatchy Newspapers late last week that the area was quiet before the attack.

"There wasn't a single ant outside," the unnamed guard, who was being treated in a hospital, said in the interview.

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