New York Times Releases Bombshell Report on Benghazi Attack Claiming Al Qaeda Not Involved Puts Blame Back on Video

Nice gift for Hillary’s 2016 run huh! The crap media will rewrite history two years out from the presidential election to get her elected so as to maintain progressive control because they know people will forget believing what they are told!
Leave it to the New York Slimes to insult Americans intelligence suggesting AQ had nothing to do with the Benghazi attack. They want us to believe some Libyans watched a video no one saw, cased the (CIA) consulate in Benghazi and then launched the attack with precision mortar attacks! The fact that AQ flags were flying all over Benghazi before the attack and then the next day in Egypt is just an illusion apparently!

What this is kids is the left doing what they do best of pushing a lie until it becomes fact. They are doing this to get a head start on the 2014 election cycle and to help set the tone for when Hillary makes it official she is running for POTUS in ’16. Yea they are starting this early and I would expect more propaganda to come out of the crap media next year.

A Deadly Mix in Benghazi
by David Kirkpatrick | NYT

A boyish-looking American diplomat was meeting for the first time with the Islamist leaders of eastern Libya’s most formidable militias.

It was Sept. 9, 2012. Gathered on folding chairs in a banquet hall by the Mediterranean, the Libyans warned of rising threats against Americans from extremists in Benghazi. One militia leader, with a long beard and mismatched military fatigues, mentioned time in exile in Afghanistan. An American guard discreetly touched his gun.

“Since Benghazi isn’t safe, it is better for you to leave now,” Mohamed al-Gharabi, the leader of the Rafallah al-Sehati Brigade, later recalled telling the Americans. “I specifically told the Americans myself that we hoped that they would leave Benghazi as soon as possible.”

Yet as the militiamen snacked on Twinkie-style cakes with their American guests, they also gushed about their gratitude for President Obama’s support in their uprising against Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi. They emphasized that they wanted to build a partnership with the United States, especially in the form of more investment. They specifically asked for Benghazi outlets of McDonald’s and KFC.

The diplomat, David McFarland, a former congressional aide who had never before met with a Libyan militia leader, left feeling agitated, according to colleagues. But the meeting did not shake his faith in the prospects for deeper involvement in Libya. Two days later, he summarized the meeting in a cable to Washington, describing a mixed message from the militia leaders…more