Saturday, November 24, 2012
Obama: Benghazi Request Denied
Because, as we learn below, Obama met with his military team (Panetta, et al) at the earliest possible point in the decision-making process, a mere 55 minutes after it began, there was no need for a decision to be made in his absence. Therefor, chain of command DEMANDS that the final decision be made personally by the Commander-in-Chief, in this case, Barack Obama. And that’s how it went down, guaranteed. And you’ll notice Panetta says he “felt very strongly” about what to do, but never says he made the final call himself.
Obama Met With Panetta and Biden at WH As Benghazi Terror Attack Unfolded