- Law Cases
by Sharon Rondeau
(May 19, 2013) — Former Obama supporters and political observers are commenting that Obama is “unwilling to concentrate” and not “engaged” with the workings of his “arrogant” White House organization.
Revelations last week which included the targeting of groups seen as political adversaries of the Obama regime by the Internal Revenue Service, the seizures of telephone records from four Associated Press offices which included home and cellular phone calls, and the ongoing probe into why four Americans did not receive military assistance in Benghazi, Libya after a U.S. building came under attack erupted into some in Congress mentioning the “I” word in regard to the putative chief executive.
While Obama has claimed to know nothing of the IRS practice of targeting groups for political reasons, Sen. Rand Paul said on Sunday that “a written policy” had been issued directing the IRS to single out “those who are critical of the president.”
IRS workers allegedly asked intrusive questions of and delayed the processing of applications from groups applying for tax-exempt status seen as “conservative” or with opposing political views to the Obama regime. In some cases, applicants were compelled to hire lawyers to complete the process.
A law enforcement investigation has shown that Obama is using fraudulent identity documents, which, if investigated by Congress years ago, it is contended might have prevented the attack on Benghazi and presumably other loss of life while he has been in office.
On August 6, 2011, 30 Americans, some members of SEAL Team 6, died in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. After the successful raid on Osama bin Laden’s hiding place in May of that year, both Obama and Joe Biden had made it known that SEAL Team 6 had carried out the raid. Parents of some of those killed claim that the helicopter did not have proper security or operational capability, and litigation is expected in the near future.
White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett had reportedly “advised” Obama to cancel planned raids on bin Laden’s location on three different occasions because she believed they would not have benefited him politically.
Tommy Vietor, who insisted that Obama made the decision to order the killing of bin Laden, left the regime several months ago. But would the killing have simply been the carrying out of a plan already laid out? Was Jarrett’s previous “advice” actually three “stand-down orders” against killing of bin Laden?
The question of who gave a “stand-down” order the night of the terrorist attack in Benghazi has not been answered, with Obama having claimed before the November election that “Nobody wants to find out more what happened than I do.”
But as acting commander-in-chief of the U.S. military, it was his job to know.
According to experienced military veterans, contingency plans are always established for emergency situations in which rescue missions, evacuations, and even the launching of nuclear weapons are made. Such plans would normally be implemented immediately following notification of an emergency, such as an ambassador being in peril, and could be canceled only on the order of the commander-in-chief.
According to witness Gregory Hicks, two emergency response teams were told they were not authorized to carry out their respective contingency plans after they sprung into action following the attack in Benghazi.
The Obama regime claimed that “there wasn’t enough information” to send help to those under attack in Benghazi. However, Hicks stated that he had been told that military assistance could have arrived within 2-3 hours.
It has been suggested that White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett could have been the source of the stand-down order, conveying it to Obama, who then would have conveyed it to his commanders in the various arenas.
Two military commanders, Gen. Carter Ham and Adm. Charles Gaouette, appear to have lost their positions because of their unwillingness to “stand down” while Americans came under attack, something the Obama White House did not want the public to know as evidenced by its fictional tale of a protest against an anti-Islamic video gone bad.
Jarrett has been described as having “shaped the careers” of both Barack and Michelle Obama. Author of “Leading From Behind” Richard Miniter wrote that Obama “never makes a decision without consulting her.” Jarrett reportedly “did not want the bin Laden raid to go forward,” allegedly advising Obama to derail bin Laden’s capture on three different occasions before he was allegedly killed on May 1, 2013. Miniter states that Jarrett holds “an unusual degree of influence” over Obama, who is “indecisive, moody, and often paralyzed by competing political considerations.”
Jarrett reportedly recommended the hiring of communist Van Jones as Obama’s green jobs czar because of “all the creative ideas he has.” Jones had advocated black nationalism, “clean energy” and “social justice.” Jones resigned in September 2009 after the exposure of his radical associations and signing of a petition in 2004 claiming that the Bush administration had “allowed” the 9/11 terrorist attacks to occur.
While the U.S. ambassador to Libya was virtually unprotected while on post, Jarrett enjoys the protection of a 24-hour Secret Service detail.
After first entering politics in the mid-1990s, Obama was identified by Chicago-based communists with ties to Jarrett as “A guy who could sell our product, and sell it with splendor!”
Valerie Jarrett was born in Iran and lived there until she was five years old. On February 27, 2011, The Ulsterman Report stated:
Like Barack Obama, Jarrett’s initial experience was not as an American, but an American/Muslim hybrid. According to an American Spectator report in August of 2008, the Obama campaign had initiated an aggressive program to hide Jarrett’s Iranian background. This program received significant help from certain media figures who were only too happy to comply with the Obama camp’s request that Jarrett’s Middle East ties were not made a public matter – even as Iranian.com declared Jarrett its “Iranian of the Day” that same month of August. Also during that same time period, Barack Obama admitted to the New York Times that, “I trust her (Jarrett) to speak for me, particularly when we’re dealing with delicate issues” and that he ran every important decision by her first.
She reportedly flew to Qatar in early October to meet with “senior Iranian officials to negotiate a deal pertaining to Iran’s nuclear weapon ambitions.” About two weeks later, The New York Times had reported that the U.S. and Iran were engaged in nuclear talks and stood by its story despite denials by the Obama regime.
Ulsterman further reports that the “Arab Spring” protests of 2010-2011 were “an uprising largely manufactured by the Muslim Brotherhood,” particularly in Egypt. Obama had voiced strong support for removing Hosni Mubarak, a long-time U.S. ally, from power. At the time, Jarrett reportedly was acting as an adviser to “Muslim and Arab-American advocates.”
A comment submitted in response to an article at The Post & Email on May 10 by “richard gorman” stated that “Valerie Jarret…. … who has NO EXECUTIVE AUTHORITY, made the call to STAND DOWN!! ? Word on the street.”
Obama has been accused of treason against the United States for the helicopter crash in Afghanistan, the deaths in Benghazi, for the Fast & Furious gunrunning operation which killed at least one American, and for being a “foreign born domestic enemy,” among other charges.
Having promised the families of those killed in Benghazi that he would “bring to justice those who carried out these attacks,” no apprehensions have yet been made, and survivors have reportedly been intimidated from talking to the press or members of Congress.
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