In his press conference today, Barack Obama went weird on the subject of his direct report, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, instead of telling who instructed her (his direct report) to spout the big lie on her Sunday morning disinformation media tour, September 16th.
He was not asked whether he issued the order for our military and CIA personnel to stand down and refuse to aid our heroes who were killed and wounded in Benghazi, as they depended on him and them to honor their commitment. And of course he did not answer this question that he was not asked.
He dodged like a dodgeballer on knowing CIA Director Petraeus was under investigation during his re-election campaign.
Further, he was not asked about his administration’s spate of post Benghazi actions against military officers (that I recall).
Sarah Palin’s take, via Facebook:
Who is running our country? We’ve got a CIA Director sharing security info with his mistress using an unsecure gmail account. We’ve got the delusional Susan Rice blaming the death of an ambassador on a Youtube video. We’ve got Iran firing on one of our drones a week before the election. We’ve got the White House either ignorant of or covering up all of this. Who is minding the store? Everywhere we look we see the rank incompetence or corruption of the people who are supposedly running our country and our major institutions. Let’s hope that responsible reporters at Obama’s press conference today ask the right questions Americans deserve answers to.
Here’s my question for the president: As our nation’s chief executive you claim to be unaware of the most important and tragic situations we’re facing; so, as a former chief executive, I’d like to know how long it takes for your staff to tell you things like: “Sir, your CIA Director is under investigation”?
– Sarah Palin
From FoxNewsChannel, republished in YouTube, today, a reminder that requests by the ex-SEALS who gave their lives on 9-11-12 were turned down, three times:
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