Yeah. This is looking worse and worse.
Rush Limbaugh actually had a good analysis of how the government might
have "Frozen" that night. They may not have believed such an attack
was possible, so they wanted to think of it as a demonstration and
that the people saying it was terrorism was wrong. By the time they
realized it was an attack, inertia would set in and no one wanted to
admit a mistake, so they kept that story and regardless of original
motivation no help was sent. By the time people at the top realized
just how bad it was in D.C., or were able to admit it to themselves,
it was too late.
Another damning allegation has come forth from people in the State
Department community, and that is the allegation that the Libyans
wanted the US to help as they had during the civil war, as the US
whacking this attack force would remove it as a threat to the new
Libyan gov't., but the US didn't.
Instead, the US not only didn't send help, the U.S. State Department's
UN Ambassador denounced the Libyan President when the Libyan President
called it a terrorist attack immediately afterwards, by saying the
Libyan President was wrong (thus either misinformed or a liar) and
that it was all about a Youtube video, which has seriously undercut
the new Libyan President at home and combined with the lack of action
towards the attackers has made it tougher for him to stand off the
No one seemed to notice the date either, 9/11/12.
Finally, there has to be something behind all the senior officers in
the theater who were denounced and removed for all kinds of personal
misconduct charges soon after. A lot of careers were destroyed, and
taken together that is a lot of coincidences, if one believes in
coincidences, or trusts coincidences. I'm wondering if there was a
preemptive move to destroy people of high profile who could testify
later. Given what we know so far, that is not outside the realm of