President Trump Responds to Iran: “This is Not a Warning, it is a Threat”….

President Trump responds to the domestic and foreign alignment of provocations.

President Trump doesn’t have too many options here.  However, he’s a much more cunning adversary than the Deep State has faced previously.  Strategically a good decision to head-off those carrying the banners in the war parade.  Secretary Pompeo, Secretary Asper, Joint Chiefs’ Milley have an alignment of domestic interests well organized.

Resounding applause will be heard from The State Department, the Pentagon, the CIA, Nikki Haley, Marco Rubio, Lindsey Graham, John Bolton, Tom Cotton, Adam Kinzinger, Mark Levin, Mitt Romney and a host of well positioned senators, soon to be jurists….

The domestic warning was akin to ‘we can create a Benghazi, watch‘.  POTUS takes the energy from the threat, uses a little judo adding his own energy, and controls the outcome.

Happy New Year” is akin to “Relax, I got this“…. So now we watch.

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277 Responses to President Trump Responds to Iran: “This is Not a Warning, it is a Threat”….

  1. LouisianaTeaRose says:

    What clues will we get about the true origination of the “attack” and the contractor death??? Anyone?

    Liked by 1 person

    • frances says:

      My money is on CIA/Mossad, the Israeli forces stuck the same area that Pompeo chose. These Iranian troops and militia had been doing a yoeman’s job cleaning out ISIS encampments. Can’t have that now can we?


  2. gabytango says:

    Seems Ole Lindsay is stepping up in a big way in a series of very supportive tweets of President Trump! It kind of scares me.


    • Robert Smith says:

      Graham is supporting Trump’s muscular answer/tweet.

      But try as hard as they might, if Trump’s basic position is No new wars/pullout of forever wars they aren’t going to get far. People can debate what Reagan did after the Lebanon bombing, but he just left.

      Liked by 2 people

    • trialbytruth says:

      Lindsey doesnt want a trial to much slip would show. I beleive that is lindseys role now to warn his fellow senators off 9f any trial nonsense by the time Trump os do e with linsey he will be asking cor a .vote to disregard the immaginary articles on process grounds

      if indeed what has been theorized is this is the CIA and deep state grand game to create a war with a willing? Iran? That is where this theory starts to look a little twisted.

      If Trump goes in he goes in The soviets leave along with their anti aircraft battery operators. Trump leaves the mulhas that are left with a failed state and an opportunity for the people to reform a new govermment. So what is in it for the mullahs. He is calling them out as being in direct conflict with the Us. Under Obama Iran became the mouse that roared.( Payoffs for bad behavior ). Under Trump they become Grenada.

      I think there is a grand game here but i think it is Trumps game. IF the deep state was attempting to drag Trump into some kind of larger protracted conflict they failed miserably.

      He has assigned domestic order to Iraq, he has assigned the marines inside perimetter protection and evacuation cover if needed. He has assigned the responsibility of the riots rioters and any future attacks on Iran.

      Oh and gosh golly almost forgot he had a friendly chat with Putin.. more time who is in charge?

      Trump 2024

      Liked by 3 people

      • Boston Bean says:

        Allow me an extravagant theory (tin-foil hat time, here). Suppose: 1) the air attack on Iranian clients was hyuuugely over-done, in order to 2) provoke some ugly response from Iran? Then, 3) Trump becomes a “war president” and gives Pelosi and the Dems cover to back off impeachment, since 4) partisanship ends at the nation’s shore.

        For the domestic politicians, it’s win-win-win. For our men in harm’s way–that’s another matter.


        • Major Rage says:

          OK, lets see if I understand your logic BB.

          You contend that members of Trump’s own cabinet have provoked a situation whereby the President will be obliged to send more American soldiers and airmen into harm’s way. He would be “forced” to do this to prevent the loss of an embassy compound in Iraq? And you suggest that this somehow will benefit him because it will help get Pelosi, Schiff, Schumer, and other congressional antagonists off the hook on the impeachment scam? Is that your so-called extravagant theory?

          This is President Donald Trump we’re talking about. He’s nobody without his long, distinguished list of political enemies. He could care less about what happens to congressional Democrats. He’s spent the last three years getting the rest of the world on board with his sanctions program against Iran. You think he would risk the life of a single serviceman or woman to do anything on their behalf?

          Furthermore, Trump is a real estate developer. He’s not going to let a piece of worthless land in the middle of Baghdad be the determinant of his political future. He would gift wrap the place and hand it over to the Ayatollah before allowing it’s capture to take him down. The embassy staff have pulled out and the Marines are probably arming the Top Secret self-destruct mechanism as we speak – that’s how important the compound is to Donald J. Trump.

          Not a chance that Trump gets buffaloed into a bigger conflict!


        • trialbytruth says:

          If he was clinton or bush… But hes not


    • Mark L. says:

      Lindsey doesn’t step up for anyone. He’s a shadow boxer.


  3. BobBoxBody says:

    Trump knows. But it’s good that we now see that Pompeo is compromised/part of the problem. Sundance speculated this a few months ago, and now it appears we have confirmation.

    Keep your powder dry.

    Liked by 3 people

    • El Torito says:

      What evidence do you or Sundance have to declare that Pompeo is compromised? I heard nothing but unsubstantiated feelings. Any facts?

      Liked by 4 people

      • mr.piddles says:

        Not necessarily “compromised”… but certainly possessing an agenda that is counter to President Trump’s foreign policy strategy… kill ’em with Sanctions and a little Kindness, not Airstrikes, Tomahawks, and Regime Change.

        June 2019… ‘member this doozy?

        “After warning that Mr. Trump was prepared to use force because of Iran’s suspected role in oil tanker attacks, Mr. Pompeo flew to Florida on Monday to strategize with generals at Central Command. Back in Washington, he briefed the foreign minister of the European Union on intelligence. By Thursday, he was pressing the case in the White House Situation Room for a strike.

        Mr. Pompeo was steering Mr. Trump toward one of the most consequential actions of the administration. Only at the last minute did the president reverse course and cancel the strike.”


      • Shari says:

        El Toronto 👍👍


      • ElTocaor says:

        Anyone and Everyone approved by the SSCI is compromised. They would never approve anyone antithetical to their interests.

        Liked by 4 people

  4. Republicanvet91 says:

    What tells me that POTUS has a handle on a serious situation is that there has not been 24 hour yammering on cable news about a “Wag-the-dog”. Yeah, some leftist rando’s might be saying such, but the talking heads and leftist politicians are not saying it.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. A2 says:


    Donald J. Trump

    Verified account

    Follow Follow @realDonaldTrump
    Donald J. Trump Retweeted Jack Posobiec
    Wonderful account of U.S. Embassy (Iraq) vs. the Benghazi disaster!

    Jack Posobiec

    Verified account

    Follow Follow @JackPosobiec
    The Left wanted another Benghazi but Trump called in the Devil Dogs!

    Liked by 6 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      I hope people will find the time to listen to Jack’s Periscope post. It was great and actually inspirational as we turn the corner into 2020. A wonderful and heartfelt tribute to the Marines and also a simple but true explanation of his understanding of PDJT’s foreign policy regarding protecting the lives of our warriors or citizens vs killing/bombing others. It’s worth a listen.

      Wishing all treepers a wonderful 2020!

      Liked by 7 people

  6. timothy says:

    Pompeo had me fooled;his cadet prayer mafe me assume he was a white hat. lesson learned


  7. hokkoda says:

    Trump has been through this a few times now. He blew up Syrian airfields before pulling everyone up short, refocusing on destroying ISIS. Mattis tried to push him and lost. A bunch of these guys tried this last fall with ISIS and lost. Trump is right to reenforce the embassy, we don’t need a 1979-style hostage crisis. Bolton is no longer a Trump employee because of his neocon warmongering over Iran.

    Give POTUS a little credit. These little dust ups are happening in the context of an Iranian economy in shambles and domestic unrest.

    He seems hell bent on keeping his campaign promises. There’s going to be some pushing and shoving on the playground as he continues to shift American power to economic from military action. We’ve been “at war” over there for so long that it has become the new normal and a jobs program. It’s not going to be unwound in one Trump term in office.

    Liked by 22 people

    • Loggerman says:

      Good God what a ridiculous post. Trump is most of all reasonable, yes it’s obvious he doesn’t want more wars but he’s only going to be pushed so far. WE WILL ALWAYS BE IN THE MIDDLE EAST. It’s juvenile to think otherwise.

      Liked by 1 person

    • jrapdx says:

      I think you’re right. The President’s strategy appears to be chipping away at Iran’s positions, make Iran bleed a bit at a time eventually draining them dry. Thus no all-out war with Iran, but likely repeated skirmishes. In the recent strikes against Iranian positions in Iraq/Syria Iran lost several dozen fighters and tons of equipment, their bases left in shambles.

      Raise the Iranian cost of promoting/supporting terrorism and they’ll have to diminish or cease such activity altogether. The people of Iraq and Lebanon have been rebelling against Iranian interference in their countries. IMO in that context US actions against Iranian positions are constructive even if only a side-effect of carrying out missions on behalf of US interests.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Major Rage says:

      Thank you for posting some sane commentary.


  8. snailmailtrucker says:

    Tyrone Woods, Glen Doherty, Sean Smith and Chris Stevens say Keep America Great
    POTUS Trump !

    Liked by 6 people

  9. rcogburn says:

    Very revealing tweet today from Richard Haas, the President of the CFR:

    For the CFR, it’s either all out war (the Neocon option) or a “diplomatic off-ramp,” which is code for salvaging the the Obama/Kerry nuclear deal. CFR prefers the latter, but doesn’t condemn the former. What it doesn’t want is the Trump path to a negotiated peace.

    Is this a squeeze play on PDJT with the Neocon war faction on one side and the Obama nuclear deal faction on the other?

    Meanwhile, there is a global freak-out going ond over the total failure to get the US back into the nuclear deal – clear evidence PDJT’s approach to Iran is working. Like China, Iran is running its economy dry while waiting for its globalist friends to force PDJT to the negotiating table (remember Kerry specifically urging them not to negotiate).

    “Five world powers trying to save their 2015 nuclear deal with Iran from U.S. efforts to overturn it are grappling with a new setback as they meet with Iranian officials in Vienna Friday. A day before Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia were to hold talks with Iran in the Austrian capital, Moscow said it was suspending its work to reconfigure Iran’s underground Fordow nuclear facility for civilian medical research. The Trump administration had warned last month that it would revoke a waiver shielding Moscow from U.S. sanctions against the Fordow project starting Dec. 15.”

    “Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers is in danger of “falling apart” without the compliance of the United States and the European Union, Russia’s foreign minister warned Monday after meeting with his Iranian counterpart in Moscow.”

    “China and the three European signatories to the 2015 nuclear deal have agreed to enhance cooperation to ensure the implementation of the fraying agreement, according to a top Chinese diplomat.”

    “The situation around the Iran nuclear deal… is getting worse every day as US President Donald Trump and his administration keep ramping up and diversifying financial and economic sanctions against Tehran.

    Liked by 7 people

  10. rustybritches says:

    The Ambassador from Iraq said today that President Trump is cleaning up a lot of big messes that was created By the Obama admins over the 8 years he was in office and its only stands to reason that he will handle this as he has handled every thing else, I trust Him 100% and I am behind him all the way, There Is no way that he will go into war with Iran unless they push us into it..
    I am sorry that this came about just today but according to the OANN news there has been fighting in IRAQ for months now and he now wants the people to rise up and kick IRAN out of their country I pray for him to have gods guidance and his being quiet means that he is trying to deal with many things that cant be talked about right now.. The good lord will be with him
    I do sense some thought going into all of this because of the alliance that Russia and China pose to him and our country Those two countries need to get their butts kicked and kicked hard

    Liked by 12 people

  11. hokkoda says:

    Trump has been through this a few times now. He blew up Syrian airfields before pulling everyone up short, refocusing on destroying ISIS. Mattis tried to push him and lost. A bunch of these guys tried this last fall with ISIS and lost. Trump is right to reenforce the embassy, we don’t need a 1979-style hostage crisis. Bolton is no longer a Trump employee because of his neocon warmongering over Iran.

    Give POTUS a little credit. These little dust ups are happening in the context of an Iranian economy in shambles and domestic unrest.

    He seems hell bent on keeping his campaign promises. There’s going to be some pushing and shoving on the playground as he continues to shift American power to economic. from military action. We’ve been “at war” over there for so long that it has become the new normal and a jobs program. It’s not going to be unwound in one Trump term in office.

    Liked by 5 people

  12. whthfk1 says:

    I love this President.. Trump doesn’t waste time with drawing red lines in the sand and then moving them when their crossed…He answers the phone at 3 am isn’t drunk or parting with huge billionaire donors in Vegas like Barry. President Donald J.Trump our first Real American President in 30 years.

    Liked by 11 people

  13. Whitehouse Clown says:

    The 82nd Airborne Ready Brigade has been issued alert orders. The forward Command and Control element should be on the ground now in Kuwait. Hell is not far behind.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. JohnCasper says:

    Just in case anyone needs a reminder –

    We spent $7 trillion (and thousands of lives and limbs) in the Middle East. What do we have for it? Nothing (even remotely worth the price)
    – President Donald J. Trump

    Liked by 6 people

    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Take the oil……..then you got em by the short hairs…..All of em

      Give the money to the people of Iran and Iraq……
      The people have seen none of their countries wealth given to them……

      That…….would bring peace…

      Liked by 1 person

  15. billybob says:

    I don’t understand why people have flagged American responses to Iranian aggression because America hit targets many many miles away from the site of where the Iranians attacked . If somebody could explain to me the reasoning of why the US should be limited to a certain radius in responding to aggression then I sure would like to hear it .
    We know that the Iranians restrain their aggression to the designated battlefield and never stray beyond its boundaries, it’s in the Koran innit , Muhammad and Islam are known worldwide for their fair play and code of honor.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Loggerman says:

      Because they think president Trump will avoid war at all cost, they are wrong. I’m impressed with his patience and resolve at the same time. He also understands we will never fully leave the Middle East.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Loggerman says:

      The second part of your post is BS. There is nothing honorable about a Muslim

      Liked by 1 person

    • Major Rage says:

      We’re not.

      And that is why the fake protesters showed up to besiege the embassy – the Ayatollahs don’t like our version of “asymmetrical warfare” any more than we like theirs. So, they pulled out their 1970’s era playbook and whistled for the Islamic Revolutionary mob to show itself. We beat ’em to the punch by getting the Marine reinforcements in there first. Just to make sure they get the point – a brigade from the 82nd was alerted and their “ready battalion” was launched hours ago.

      The Iranians are being countered and stymied by America’s quiet but deadly reaction to their provocation. Because there is so much unrest going on in Iran proper – a mistake on the part of the Ayatollahs could lead to their whole Islamic Republic coming down around them.

      Perhaps that is why our President is staying uncharacteristically quiet.


  16. burnett044 says:

    I have noticed most of the ones wanting war…have never been and will never go.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. mr.piddles says:

    To the Sundance skeptics on this particular issue… and I don’t mean that as a put-down…

    “US readies 4,000 troops for deployment to Middle East amid Baghdad unrest: report”

    I love it when a plan comes together!

    Liked by 1 person

    • A2 says:

      By order of the Commander in Chief said Esper.

      Follow Follow @EsperDoD
      At the direction of the Commander in Chief @POTUS, I have authorized the deployment of an infantry battalion from the Immediate Response Force (IRF) of the @82ndABNDiv to the @CENTCOM area of operations in response to recent events in Iraq.


  18. EnoughIsEnough says:

    My loved ones have served. If they were still in harm’s way, I would feel tremendous relief and consolation if President Trump were the Commander In Chief. I offer my most heartfelt, humble thank you to all who so selflessly sacrifice for me, my family and country. I believe that President Trump will put politics aside, and do his best to keep the troops safe as his most important objective.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Vince says:

    “This is Not a Warning, it is a Threat”

    This is the most gangsta thing he has said since he told Hillary “…because you’d be in jail.”

    Iran: “Are you threatening me?”
    Trump: “Yes”

    Liked by 7 people

  20. NYT: “Hundreds of Iraqi mourners tried to storm the United States Embassy”

    “Mourners”? The Times is in mourning–for their precious Narrative.

    We have mourners, too. They fly F-15’s.

    Liked by 6 people

  21. MicD says:

    Whoa !, “Anti-Benghazi”
    Watch heads roll over this setup…


  22. Leverage.
    Trump threatens the American Big Stick like no president since Teddy Rough Rider.

    Liked by 1 person

    • X XYZ says:

      Well, there is a difference. TR said “Speak softly and carry a big stick.”

      Trump’s version is: Speak loudly and carry a big stick.

      “My button is bigger than your button.” Ha!

      Liked by 1 person

  23. Arrest Soros says:

    Treepers are making too much of this Embassy situation.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. Second guessing a president who has forfeited his business, his friends and his safety and after 3 years is still on the offensive.

    Still there.

    THere have NEVER been times like these and none of us have access to Trump’s brain…the one that has accomplished the near impossible in 3 years.

    Liked by 5 people

  25. evergreen says:

    Hang in there SD.

    Skimming the articles the last couple of days, don’t have the details, just high level tidbits and a handful of the highly regarded comments. Trump, as you explain, is cunning and not of the traditional mold. Trump can be “handled”, misled, “managed” only to a degree, and this is key: once he becomes suspicious or aware of such, he becomes the more powerful of the two (managed vs. manager). Not saying Trump is invincible (tempting!), but he is fantastically perceptive and cunning. I have confidence that Trump will properly steer us through whatever lies ahead. We/he cannot operate in an environment devoid of counteraction. So, while I do not expect Pompeo to be an antagonist to Trump, even if he were, Trump would factor that…just as he has to factor McConnell.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Coco Mama says:

      Yes. And don’t judge Trump by past by press photos of “embassy attacks, sailors on their knees, global warming or children in cages.” Since Trump was elected, we know we are strong, smart and prepared for international actors panning to cameras to fool us. Military Truth is a force of nature. Cameras capture truth at Trump rallies, in Iraq and in our paychecks. Justice is coming. Enjoy the show.


  26. Republicanvet91 says:


  27. JohnCasper says:

    We were down to about 5,000 troops in Iraq. Now it looks like we may go up to as many as 10,000. which we hadn’t been at for many years. I can almost hear Pompeo, Espie, Miley, Rubio, Halley, Kristol, Boot, Kinsinger and the ghost of Satan McCain saying – it’s a start and let’s see how many times we can keep on doubling that number. They will all be drinking the good stuff tonight in between their high fives..


  28. proletarianrobot says:

    From Sundance’s posting, I was saddened to see Mark Levin and Tom Cotton’s names listed amongst the quisling neo-con republicans like Nikki Haley, Marco Rubio, Lindsey Graham, John Bolton, n, Adam Kinzinger, and Mitt Romney. Are Tom and Mark now to be considered flotsam and jetsam of the true conservative group?


  29. Trump Train says:

    ” deployment of an infantry battalion from the Immediate Response Force” This is a warning shot and a legitimate move in advance of any situation that could occur. Pretty much broadcasting to these terrorist, be careful, cause if you go to far its your ass.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. RLTW says:

    President Trump, you are being played.

    Bush appointed the radical anti Sunni Shia militant Al- Maliki as Prime Minister of Iraq. The Northwest two thirds of Iraq has been Sunni tribal Homeland for a thousand years.

    On his way out of the White House Bush engineered, orchestrated and facilitated the genocide of twenty thousand of our Sunni allies the Sons of Iraq. They were simply too effective. With their help we had won the war by 2008. Unacceptable to our current doctrine of perpetual war and never ending war profits. So we had to exterminate them and hand Iraq over to the Iranians on a silver platter.

    Fast forward to current events:

    We bomb multiple Iranian installations in retaliation for the death of a US contractor. I’m good with that. But by that rationale we should turn the entire Mideast into glass in compensation for the SEAL Team 6 Squadron that Obama offered up as a sacrifice to Islam in return for killing Bin Laden.

    But I digress.

    Bush, Obama and Secretary of State Clinton genocided the Sunnis of Iraq and handed over their ancestral homelands to the Shia Iranians in 2009. That is what radicalized the entire Sunni population of Iraq and drove them into the arms of Al- Qaeda an ISIS. That is why the ranks of ISIS grew from 70 fighters to tens of thousands within months.

    And to anyone reading this, you would have done the same damn thing if an occupying army had pretended to be your ally and then rounded up your fathers, husbands, brothers and sons and handed them over to your mortal enemies to be executed.

    And we naively ask ourselves:

    “why do they hate us?”


  31. Texian says:

    Breaking News: Peculiar stickers found in the trunk of Lindsay Graham’s car..


  32. zozz1 says:

    I trust President Donald J. Trump. ‘Nuff said.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. anthonydog says:

    It was the Iranian Quds Force directing Benghazi. Former US Military tell they were told to also Stand Down, lock up their weapons at Cairo’s U.S.Embassey and hand it over to Dr. Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood.

    This is beyond TREASON.




  34. Ploni says:

    Public confession: I am completely confused by anything to do with America’s Middle East military-foreign policy, except that Israel is a democracy and our good ally.

    I cannot keep all these governments, factions, civil wars, religious groups, and militias straight.

    I don’t understand Who’s Who so I can’t determine where we are and what we should do.


  35. gda53 says:

    It has been said that a large reason that the US still has an interest in the ME, (and the free movement of oil through the ME region), despite now being self sufficient in oil, is because the price of oil is denominated in the world’s reserve currency, currently the USD$.

    Since March 2009, China and Russia have called for a new global reserve currency other than the USD$. If the US looks away from the ME, bad things will tend to happen, and the loss of reserve currency status is just one of those bad things.

    Sure sounds like something PDJT should and would oppose, since such a change obviously will weaken the US. And strengthen China, Russia and Iran. But maintaining the present ME policy also keeps the MIC ticking along.

    Complicated business folks. Sometimes there are no good options. Just least worst ones, which PDJT is trying to implement against stiff military opposition and vociferous congressional disapproval.


  36. VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

    Definitely count me as wary..
    The lands of the ancient rivalry’s of the Babylonians, Medes, Persians, Syrians, Assyrians, Hebrews, Egyptians and Arameans have been snake pits and tar pits for thousands of years.
    For locals and foreigners alike…

    For me best summed up in the scene in Raiders of the Lost Are, where Dr. Jones/Han Solo dispatches his knife-wielding opponent with his sidearm…

    So here’s my thing.

    If, as many here want to suggest, this is some sort of planned action to sabotage the Trump Presidency, then…

    And it’s about as huge an IF you can get.

    Then would we not, as a nation, have moved beyond the verbal judo?

    Beyond court room and legislative lawfare?

    Beyond the mostly hidden arenas of subterfuge, the cloak and dagger stuff?

    Then this would be the shots fired on the Bridge kind of scenario. The John Brown/Bonner’s Ferry kind of action.

    Just trying to learn how to ask the right F***ing questions…

    Lord, have mercy.


  37. Ray says:

    This is a warhawk play to control or remove POTUS.


  38. X XYZ says:

    Some of the tree climbers here are of the opinion that sending troops to Kuwait is intrinsically a bad idea. Yet everyone here seems to be pro-Trump. If you are so pro-Trump do you think he would be so easily manipulated into starting a war?

    Another thing to consider – Trump realizes that if Iran tries any act of aggression it must be dealt with swiftly and effectively to have the intended impact. What you may not realize is that it takes considerable time to prepare our forces and have them positioned in the region, at the ready to act. It would be too little too late to wait until Iran or any Mideast country does a hostile act against the US.and only then begins to deploy forces from here to retaliate. In other words, just because Trump logically approves of sending troops to the region does not mean he intends to use them. If that is what anyone thinks, then they don’t understand Trump or have full faith in him.

    Not only Trump not a fool, but he has full access to all reports of what is happening there daily – ***and we don’t***. He needs to be given the benefit of any doubt.


  39. Moe Grimm says:

    A Benghazi refresher from my notes – lest we forget:

    At 2300 EST on 11 September 2012 (time stamp) within hours of the main wave U.S. Embassy Benghazi attack on the SAME NIGHT 56 days prior bh0bama’s second run at the White House. HClinton writing as as “H <rod17 AT clintonemail DOT com" texts daughter Chelsea aka email alias "Diane Reynolds"; Subject: RE: I’M IN MY OFFICE”:

    • “Two of our officers were killed in Benghazi by an Al Qaeda-like group: The Ambassador, whom I handpicked and a young communications officer on temporary duty with a wife and two young children. Very hard day and I fear more of the same tomorrow. Let’s try again later”.

    Chelsea’s aka “Diane Reynolds” reply:

    • "I am so sorry about the State Department officer killed in Libya and the ongoing precariousness in Egypt and Libya. Such anathema to us as Americans and a painful reminder or how long it took modernism to take root in the US, after the Enlightenment, the 14th, 15th, 16th 19th amendments, removal of censorship norms and laws, etc."

    On 12 SEPTEMBER Clinton informs then Egyptian PM Hisham Kandil that the terrorist attack on the U.S. Compound/Benghazi: “Had nothing to do with the film.” Documentation includes previously unreleased phone transcripts with international heads of state about the Benghazi attack as obtained by JUDICIAL WATCH (GB Tommy Fitton)…..
    On 14 SEPTEMBER 2012 during the Transfer of Remains Ceremony at Andrews Air Force Base in Md. families of all those killed in Benghazi were present. Also attended by the Muzloid and then Sec State Clinton. The families report that Clinton told them while speaking to the father of Tyrone Wood’s THAT:
    “We are going to have the filmmaker arrested who was responsible for the death of your son.” CLINTON LATER STATES THE FAMILIES LIED. In public remarks Clinton states:
    • “We’ve seen rage and violence directed at American embassies over an awful Internet video that we had nothing to do with.” This too in flagrant contradiction to what Clinton said in messages she sent via her private e-mail system at the time. Under Court Order, the State Dept. released 11 documents responsive to the Judicial Watch request with large blocks of information REDACTED. Sound familiar?
    On 16 September Susan Rice states on MSNBC’s “Meet the Press”: "This is a response to a hateful and offensive video that was widely disseminated throughout the Arab and Muslim world. This is a spontaneous reaction to a video.” The LIE continued even past 16 September.

    Equally telling on the day before,15 September, Rice participates in a telephone conference call with David Plouffe (Mgr. 0bama’s 2008 campaign) as well as BEN RHODES, 0bama’s "Dep. Nat. Security Advisor for Strategic Communications and Speech Writing", 0bama’s “point man” for his Iran “deal” – an arrogant ill qualified bureaucrat whose sales pitch in which he openly acknowledged manipulating his willing and eagerly gullible MSM. Rhodes (qualification: Masters in Fine Arts/NYU) and 0bama knew that for anyone but hardcore leftists to swallow their “deal” with America’s sworn enemy Iran a special deceit had to emerge, despite it being transparent and outright deceit. Rhodes’ open/public statement to his equally bemused interviewer David Samuels (JYT Magazine) as he (Rhodes) boasted of deceiving American Citizens (some anyway) along with John “I Marry Rich Broads” Kerry, leftists in congress, and allies over the Iran “Deal”. RHODES STATEMENT TO NYT/DAVID SAMUELS ON 5 MAY 2016:
    • “In the spring of last year, legions of arms-control experts began popping up at think tanks and on social media, and then became key sources for hundreds of often-clueless reporters,” Samuels wrote. “We created an echo chamber,” he quoted Rhodes as admitting. “They were saying things that validated what we had given them to say. The average reporter we talk to is 27 years old, and their only reporting experience consists of being around political campaigns. That’s a sea change. They literally know nothing.”


  40. shipley130 says:

    The Anti-Benghazi…brilliant. Oh nurse…Hillary’s diaper needs to be changed.


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