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Note JUST Piper was at the forefront in this prediction: Gun Walking in Benghazi? { ~ JP Today } Did Obama Stage Benghazi Attack?

In articled penned by Michael Kelley, the real story behind Ambassador Chris Steven’s death was delved into greater detail. This story was the focus of Glenn Beck’s Monday evening broadcast when he interviewed former CIA officer Clare Lopez.

The must-see interview is available in two parts and is featured below, offering a thought-provoking primer:

In his previous article, Kelley wrote:

Clare Lopez argues that the key issue is “the relationship of the U.S. government, Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the U.S. diplomatic mission in Libya with Al Qaeda.”

That relationship, Lopez argues, could be connected to the rise of Islamic brigades in Syria, who recently created a “Front to Liberate Syria” to wage jihad against the Syrian regime and turn the country into an Islamic state.

That potential connection starts with who Ambassador Stevens worked with during the Libyan revolution and ends with who he hosted on the night of his death.

In March 2011 Stevens became the official U.S. liaison to the al-Qaeda-linked Libyan opposition and began coordinating U.S. assistance to the rebels.

We have all been asking what happened in Benghazi on 9/11/2012. We all know it is a cover up of the worse magnitude. What we don’t know and may never know, is exactly who put the false flag out about the video. I knew in my gut from day one that Chris Stevens returned there abruptly for some nefarious cause, sent by this State Dept. Because of Fast and Furious my reaction was he was there to broker weapons for the rebels.

AMB Chris Stevens was NOT surprised by his killers in Benghazi, Libya as has been portrayed thus far. According to sources in the State Department Chris Stevens was in Benghazi, Libya at the specific instruction of the Obama White House to recover weapons that the U.S. supplied to Libya rebels in the over throw of Gaddafi.

Read the ‘truthful’ timeline HERE. This came out a full week after my initial post.

Of course this admin is going to cover this up! How many guns are still missing from Fast and Furious? More Than 1,400. Of the 2,020 guns involved in the ATF operation, 363 have been recovered in the United States and another 227 in Mexico, leaving more than 1,400 weapons unaccounted for, according to CNN.

Can you even begin to imagine, not JUST the fact Stevens was there on a gun walking mission, but some of, if not ALL of those guns were from F & F?! Maybe THAT is why the Embassy murders NOR Fast and Furious on our border were not even discussed at last night’s debate. YOU decide. ~ JP

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  7 Responses to “~ JP Opinion: Our Administration Was Working With the Bad Guys”

  1. [...] Today’s Featured Opinion: Our Administration Was Working With the Bad Guys  Posted by justpiper at 9:33 [...]

  2. Here is a link to a video by Trevor Loudon, a blogger from New Zealand, who sees America as the world’s last best hope for peace. He is interested in the election on November 6 because he believes that his nation will suffer if the United States continues on the present path. It is interesting to hear from someone outside of our borders who shares our love of freedom. Here is the link:

    http://www.trevorloudon.com/2012/10/an-urgent-message-for-america-please-help-this-go-viral/

    God Bless,

    Gayle

  3. [...] Also See: Our Administration Was Working With the Bad Guys [...]

  4. [...] salafi chat rooms…jihadis brag they were successful in Benghazi. He brings up the ship with ‘missing’ weapons. Emphasizes the power of muslim brotherhood. Salafi Muslims are often associated with militant [...]

  5. [...] have NO doubt that obama was in fact Was Working With the Bad Guys. The only question unanswered is how. Either gunwalking or kidnapping, or both, would defintely [...]

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