2nd Term Victory: Obama Benghazi Coverup Team Get Promoted

June 6, 2013

NewsRescue– Had the Benghazi scandals, both of them, – one being the refusal to beef security as requested, and the second, the fabrication of a Youtube video link and dumping the blame for the coordinated attack on innocent and uninvolved Muslims; Obama would have lost his second term re-election to any candidate, even a Mexican would have won a landslide victory against him with that level of scandal. And probably the third scandal, the rem0oval of Gaddafi and replacement with a terrorist regime that will kill a top US official; and a fourth,- the lack of a US solid response. See: Muslim Group Petitions US Government to Apologize for Blaming Protesters in Death of Amb. Stevens

Hence the recent promotions of the team who stuck out their necks to coverup for the errors he and Hilary Clinton made on Benghazi, are no surprise and are rather telling. Here’s the promotion story from theBlaze:

President Barack Obama’s top national security adviser Tom Donilon is resigning and will be replaced by U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice, marking a significant shakeup to the White House foreign policy team. Controversial Obama foreign policy confidant Samantha Power will replace Rice at the U.N.

Susan Rice with US president Obama at the UN. Img: standupamericaus.org

A White House official confirmed the personnel changes Wednesday morning ahead of a planned announcement by the president later in the day.

Donilon has been a key foreign policy adviser to Obama since he first took office. But the 58-year-old had been expected to depart sometime this year, with Rice seen as the likely candidate to replace him.

Rice — the face of the Benghazi talking points controversy who appeared on the Sunday shows days after the Libya attack and blamed the incident on a YouTube video — is the second official involved in the incident to receive a promotion. Last month, State Department spokesowman Victoria Nuland was nominated as assistant secretary of state.

The New York Times called the move “a defiant gesture to Republicans who harshly criticized Ms. Rice for presenting an erroneous account of the deadly attacks on the American mission in Benghazi, Libya.”