TREASON WRIT LARGE?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jun. 12, 2013) — Putative Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey told members of Congress on Wednesday that a four-member security team prepared to travel to Benghazi on the night of September 11, 2012, when a U.S. compound came under attack and killed four Americans, did not receive a stand-down order, contradicting the testimony of State Department career employee Gregory Hicks.
However, Dempsey admitted in Wednesday’s testimony that the team had requested permission to go to Benghazi after learning of the terrorist attack.
In February, Dempsey and former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta testified that there had not been “enough information” to send military assistance to Benghazi. Several retired military commanders disagreed, stating that the normal course of events would have been for troops to immediately go to their fellow Americans’ aid. State Department Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Counterterrorism Mark Thompson said that “the code” by which a response should have been made would have dictated an immediate response.
Last month, Sen. Lindsey Graham told Fox News that he found Dempsey’s testimony “questionable.” A spokesman for Dempsey’s office responded that if Dempsey were to testify again, his contentions “would not change.” The spokesman said that the team headed by Lt. Col. Steve Gibson, to which Hicks had alluded in his testimony, was told to “go to the airport in Tripoli to provide security there.”
Today, however, Dempsey said that Gibson’s team “would be better used at the Tripoli airport because one of them was a medic.”
There were no reports of anyone injured in Tripoli, although after the attack on Benghazi, Islamic terrorists were tweeting threats against the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli, where Hicks worked. Benghazi survivors who were injured and evacuated have not appeared in public and were reportedly intimidated by the Obama regime from speaking about their experiences.
Hicks had testified that he was told that help could have arrived within two hours if it had been authorized. Hicks testified that he reported that the Benghazi outpost had come under “attack” and did not experience a “protest” as the regime termed it for weeks until admitting that it had been the work of Islamic terrorists.
Obama stated publicly that he had issued “three directives” to assure the safety of those in Benghazi and to “bring to justice” those responsible. Panetta told Congress that Obama had left the managing of the chaotic event to Dempsey and him.
Nine months later, despite mainstream media reports showing photos of suspects, no one has been arrested and questions have not been answered.
Obama, Dempsey and Panetta have been named in the commission of treason against the United States by a retired military commander. Dempsey had been the presiding officer when U.S. troops were ordered into Samson, AL following a shooting on March 10, 2009, which was determined to have violated the Posse Comitatus Act.
In recent weeks, widespread corruption which the mainstream media has referred to as “scandals” has been exposed by whistleblowers, many of whom are as yet unnamed.
Congressional hearings have been held on the IRS’s targeting of groups for political reasons; the sweeping NSA data-collection program revealed by Edward Snowden and about which National Intelligence Director James Clapper told Congress he was unaware in March; $4,000,000 spent on a conference for IRS employees in August 2010; the two members of the Accountability Review Board (ARB), who issued a report on the State Department’s response to the Benghazi attack without interviewing then-Secretary Hillary Clinton; and the Department of Justice’s seizure of journalists’ phone records by subpoena without informing their employers.
On Tuesday, CBS announced that a new State Department Inspector General report involving the U.S. Ambassador to Belgium alleged that incidents of wrongdoing was covered up by Hillary Clinton’s assistant, Cheryl Mills, on multiple occasions. Hicks stated that Mills treated him coldly when he asked why the State Department had publicly described the events in Benghazi as “a spontaneous protest” after he had reported it a terrorist attack.
The allegations against Howard Gutman, a former bundler for Obama who Obama then nominated for the Belgian ambassador position, involve children.
Deputy CIA Director Michael Morrell, who was a long-time employee of the intelligence agency, announced his resignation today, fueling speculation that his role in changing the talking points provided to United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice, who lied on five Sunday talk shows about the cause of the Benghazi deaths, was the cause of his decision.
A House committee has begun an inquiry into the reported seizure of 60,000,000 medical records by the IRS from a California company more than two years ago over which the company has filed a lawsuit. Lawmakers have also asked how the EPA released the personal information of 80,000 American farmers to left-wing environmentalist groups.
Obama has not said why he was apparently unengaged from the events in Benghazi on September 11, and he has not explained why the long-form birth certificate bearing his name and posted on the White House website is a forgery. In a radio interview on October 26, Obama insisted that he has “always been straight with the American people.”
Yet another State Department whistleblower report alleges that a cover-up occurred in 2012 of four deaths in Honduras involving State and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).
Michael Zullo, lead investigator of the Cold Case Posse which found Obama’s documents to be fraudulent, said that Obama lies to people with a smile on his face.
Earlier this year, Graham contended that Obama had achieved a “mini-coup” of the U.S. government. In March, during confirmation hearings for now-CIA Director John Brennan, Sen. Rand Paul reminded his audience that Hitler was put in place by the German people before seizing dictatorial powers for himself and eliminating his political enemies.
Under Obama, First Amendment rights have been attacked, and several states have passed more restrictive firearms laws, sparking Second Amendment lawsuits. The NSA spying program might violate the Fourth Amendment’s guarantee of protection against unreasonable searches and seizures. Military veterans have been targeted for “radicalization” and gun confiscation.
States attempting to curb illegal immigration, election fraud and crime have been sued by Obama’s “Department of Justice” in violation of the Ninth and Tenth Amendments.
Journalists have been threatened for covering the birth certificate issue, some with their lives.
In 2008, to the sound of a wildly enthusiastic audience, Obama promised he would “fundamentally transform the United States of America.” Perhaps he was telling the truth then.
Copies of George Orwell’s book, 1984, which depicted a totalitarian regime’s repression and “re-education” by torture of its citizens for “thought crimes,” have reportedly been flying off the shelves.
On Wednesday, Glenn Beck reported that his office was in possession of a one-page document which could produce a situation not experienced before in American history.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.