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  • mcfool_chuckles mcfool_chuckles Aug 20, 2013 10:50 PM Flag

    Benghazi cover-up designed to protect Hillary?

     

    While many Americans feel Hillary Clinton will be the first female President of the United States, her involvement in the Benghazi, Libya, debacle could derail her candidacy.
    Throughout the period leading up to, during, and after the 9/11/12 disaster, there were very questionable decisions and actions taken by the former Secretary of State.
    Exposing Hillary Clinton’s involvement in Benghazi-gate is just one of many reasons why this terrorist attack must be fully investigated by a Special Committee. Hillary Clinton will likely be deeply affected by a full, unbiased investigation and the administration knows it.
    The actions of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are once again being called into question as light is emerging on the Benghazi attacks and the Obama administration’s subsequent handling of information about that event.
    The Daily Beast is reporting that four mid-level State Department employees were told to return to work today after being reinstated by Secretary of State John Kerry.
    After reviewing their cases and the findings by the Accountability Review Board (ARB), Kerry has determined that the disciplinary actions taken against these employees by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were unwarranted.
    In December, Clinton terminated one employee and placed three on administrative leave following the ARB findings concerning the State Department’s failures in protecting our Ambassador and consulate employees in Benghazi.
    All four have claimed that they were scapegoats in the investigation and filed grievances following their disciplinary actions.

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