Oct 252012

The Senate Intelligence Committee is set to hold a closed-door hearing to investigate the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, but not until after the election on November 15th.

Former head of the CIA’s bin Laden unit Michael Scheuer joined Your World this afternoon to react, saying, “The Democrats are very good at watching Americans die.”

To his understanding, the administration had live video for seven hours showing what was unfolding in Libya.

“It was like they were watching 9/11 happen and just were holding back the police and the fire department and saying, ‘wait a minute, was it terrorism or was it a workplace event?’”

He went on to say, “They’re not adults. An adult would have done everything he could to try to get some help to those people, whether it was helicopters or aircraft or Marines or, for crying out loud, the Boy Scouts — anyone.”

I wonder how Michael Scheuer will feel after “SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden,” is billed as the “real inside story” plays out? That his team is being used to bolster obama and LIE.

Rather than focusing on the heroes who carried out the mission, President Obama now takes center stage in the film, with voice-overs, still photographs and archival footage being added after “SEAL Team Six” was purchased in May for a reported $2.5 million by Harvey Weinstein, a big supporter of the President.

Not only that, Meghan O’Hara – a producer for Obama supporter Michael Moore’s films “Fahrenheit 9/11,” “Sicko” and “Bowling for Columbine” – was the one hired to gather that extra footage.

A report in the New York Times said the new footage serves to “strengthen Mr. Obama’s role and provide a window into decision-making in the White House,” a move the report says will “bolster claims that the 90-minute film amounts to a political stunt.”

Releasing ‘SEAL Team Six’ documentary to help President’s re-election bid


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