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“HISTORY IN THE MAKING”
by Sharon Rondeau
(May 10, 2013) — A guest on Carl Gallups’s “Freedom Friday” radio show during the 6:00 p.m. EDT hour, Dr. Grace Vuoto, says that the results of the Benghazi hearings on Wednesday will result in the impeachment of Barack Hussein Obama.
Gallups told Vuoto that Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s investigation involving the Cold Case Posse into Obama’s long-form birth certificate has catapulted forward since the Benghazi testimony of three whistleblowers, as more people are coming forward requesting to see the evidence of forgery which CCP lead investigator Mike Zullo has stated is unassailable.
“What if the guy behind it all isn’t even a U.S. citizen?” Gallups asked Vuoto, referencing the investigation. Vuoto responded that “the evidence that is pouring forth now on Benghazi…is not the kind of cover-up that you want to get engaged in.”
Vuoto referenced ABC News having broken earlier on Friday that the talking points used by Susan Rice on September 16 were modified 12 times to “eliminate all references to terrorism,” which Vuoto said “corrupted the document.”
Vuoto went on to say that the testimony of the whistleblowers proved that Hillary Clinton lied under oath during her testimony to two congressional committees on January 23, 2013. She said that the evidence shows that Obama is guilty of “high crimes and misdemeanors,” which is mentioned in Article II of the U.S. Constitution as reason for impeachment.
Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma has stated that the Benghazi “cover-up may lead to Obama impeachment.” Millions of citizens have called for the impeachment of Obama since he took office in 2009 for various reasons, including the Fast & Furious gunrunning scandal, his fraudulent identity documents, perceived apologies to the Muslim world, leaking of national security secrets, lavish family vacations while the country languishes in economic distress, and other reasons.
Gallups called ABC’s revelations “amazing.” He asked why the dozen revisions were so significant.
“There’s only one person that can give an order to stand down, and that’s the president of the United States,” Vuoto answered. She said that the four people killed in Benghazi might have been saved had the “stand-down” order not been made on the night of September 11, 2013.
Gallups then posed the question again about Mike Zullo’s investigation which suggests that Obama is not a U.S. citizen.
A caller suggested that the “stand-down” order was a criminal act, with which Vuoto agreed. Gallups said, “If we find out he wasn’t a citizen in the first place…” that Obama should go to prison. U.S. Representative Ann Wagner of Missouri recently told a radio host that “only the president” can give a stand-down order.
Vuoto said she “doubted he [Obama] would be imprisoned” but would probably be pardoned. Vuoto said that Hillary Clinton should go to prison for perjuring herself in front of Congress.
She also said that Mitt Romney “probably would have won the election” had the truth about Benghazi come out before the November election.
Vuoto said that Hillary had covered up crimes before for her husband, Bill, who was accused of the sexual assault of Juanita Broaddrick.
Vuoto wondered if Hillary would “throw Obama under the bus,” resulting in his impeachment.
Gallups said that the presidency has been “besmirched” for the last five years and that he has information to that effect.
Vuoto said that former Navy SEALS Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty were “waiting for their country to help them” as they attempted to battle the terrorists in Benghazi, but the stand-down order prevented it and allowed them to die.
On Wednesday, one of the witnesses had said that two separate stand-down orders were given to two different rescue teams which he had ordered to Benghazi to assist the victims after learning of the attack. Gregory Hicks was possibly the last person to speak with Amb. Christopher Stevens before he died. His information officer, Sean Smith, died of smoke inhalation after the compound was doused with diesel fuel and set on fire.
Two of Clinton’s high-level staffers had attempted to intimidate Hicks after he challenged Susan Rice’s characterization of the attack as “a protest” on national television, after which Hicks was unemployed for a time and then given a demotion within the State Department.