Whistleblower: No, Amb. Stevens Is Not Responsible For Benghazi

Daniel Doherty

Gregory Hicks is a whistleblower who was bullied by the Obama administration and effectively punished when he tried to tell the truth about what happened on-the-ground in Benghazi, Libya on 9/11/12. He was there that day working as a diplomat for the State Department, and later testified he knew from the beginning terrorists were responsible for the attack, and thus “immediately” informed his  superiors. The Senate Select Committee findings last week, however, concluded that the attacks on the U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi were preventable. But where does ultimate responsibility lie? The answer is obvious: with the current administration, which denied Amb. Stevens’ “repeated requests” for more security and protections on the ground. Nonetheless, there’s been speculation in certain quarters that Amb. Christopher Stevens himself — who was the first ambassador to lose his life in service to his country since 1979 — was at least partially responsible for the raid. Could he have “done more” to stop it?..

…Now Hicks is taking a stand…


The entire article, with video, is at Townhall.



Update:  Also at the site, Benghazi Testimony One Year Later: Hillary Clinton Declares “What Difference Does It Make”






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