Benghazi Scandal, Betrayed In Benghazi
More than a year after the attack in Benghazi, nothing is resolved. There are still many questions as to what the U.S. government knew prior to the attacks, why it didn't respond to calls for more security and why it continued to claim the attack was the result of an anti-Muslim video when it was clear it was a planned terrorist attack.
The ongoing FBI and Five-House Committee investigations are still trying to determine exactly what happened and what the U.S. response should have been. Moreover, it is still not yet known whether or not the CIA was an active participant in the events leading up to the attack. No one has been arrested as of yet and it is unclear whether anyone will ever be held responsible.
Details are still emerging about the Benghazi incident; however, by compiling various eye-witness accounts of that night, a factual narration of what occurred has emerged and the truth may be difficult to swallow. But a blind eye cannot be turned. The government's actions before, during and after the incident speak volumes about the priorities and ambitions of this administration. Only the truth can prevent a situation such as this from happening again.
I generally prefer fiction to non-fiction, but my goal is that a minimum of 15% of my reading/listening be non-fiction. This book is in furtherance of that goal. Left wing journalist Richard Parker plays it straight down the factual middle in The Benghazi Scandal. Well done, Mr. Parker!
On April 20, 2017 I wrote a mostly favorable review of The Worst President in History (about President Obama) and one week later I wrote mostly unfavorable review of Shattered (about Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign). I have since observed that 8 lefty losers have so far given my reviews over 2000 unhelpful votes apparently in retalliation. Most of those votes were for fiction books they just went through consecutively hundreds of my reviews checking "no" to the helpful question. Hey losers, do you really believe that your dishonesty hurts me in any way? It only fascinates me.
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