Des Moines – American Future Fund (AFF) is releasing today a web ad titled “Benghazi” which highlights numerous questions and alarming new evidence surrounding the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack on our embassy.
Last fall America was stunned and saddened when a terrorist attack on our US Embassy in Benghazi resulted in the brutal murder of our American ambassador and three other Americans. Equally stunning was the Obama Administration’s deliberate and misleading public blame on a YouTube video regardless of private acknowledgement it was a terrorist attack. Despite claims otherwise, we are now learning the Embassy had made a security request four months before the attack and there were multiple intelligence reports to support the request. Those requests were denied. Additionally, testimony has revealed the Obama administration has attempted to intimidate officials into silence about the details of who knew what and when.
Testimony from State Department officials and the release of emails between White House, State Department and CIA officials show carefully edited talking points misrepresenting the attack were prepared and distributed, perhaps politically motivated with an eye on the November election. Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA) said of the emails, “if had we received this, we would have recognized immediately that there was a progression from truth to lie in twelve changes.” Outraged by the cover-up and conflicting testimony, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said, “somebody needs to be held accountable for manipulating the American people regarding what actually happened seven weeks before the election.”
“It is difficult to understand why the Obama Administration would deny security requests to Americans serving our country on unstable land overseas,” stated AFF Founder Nick Ryan. “As more evidence comes to light, more questions are being raised. Americans deserve to know what really happened, why there is a need to cover-up the truth and what else is the Obama Administration hiding.”
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