Rush is right. This Khattala guy has already blamed the video in his frappe-sipping interviews in Benghazi following the attack on 9/11/2012.
As Limbaugh says, “he’s gonna get a Regime lawyer. He’s gonna get an Obama donor lawyer.”
And let me ask you a question. If the trial ever happens, let me ask you, Mr. Snerdley, do you think that an Obama administration prosecutor will aggressively try to prove the video was a phony excuse used by Obama to win an election? No way, right? No way whatsoever. The government itself prosecuting the guy will not say that the video was a trumped up excuse.
No, they won’t. Khattala’s trial will serve as Rice’s Revenge. Get ready for it.
But we know the video was not the cause of the Benghazi terror attack — nor the Cairo embassy riot. In Cairo, they were agitating for the release of the Blind Sheikh – which at the time, the Obama administration was reportedly considering.. The Benghazi attack was a pre-planned and organized attack by Ansar Al-Sharia with heavy weaponry and mortars. Yet the alleged ringleader has been telling people the Susan Rice version of events – “the attack had grown out of a peaceful protest against a video made in the United States that mocked the Prophet Muhammad and Islam.”
People really need to adjust their thinking on this because this whole clusterfark about the video was community organized by the Regime. It’s a hideous thought – but once you realize that everything this White house does in manufactured BS – it begins to make sense.
Warner Todd Huston reported on the violent Cairo riot at Breitbart.com on September 14, 2012.
Just before the crowd in Cairo, Egypt erupted in violence against the U.S. embassy there, CNN’s cameras were in the capital interviewing protesters who said that the main purpose for their protest was to have Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman (known as the ‘Blind Sheik’) released from a U.S. prison. Yet as soon as the riots began, CNN began to push the false story that the riots were sparked by some low-budget American movie that denigrated the Prophet Muhammad.
CNN’s Nic Robertson filmed an interview with a handful of Islamists right outside the U.S. embassy. One of those protesters that CNN interviewed was the Blind Sheik’s brother, Mohamed al Zawahiri.
The Blind Sheik’s brother had an absurd “peace plan” proposal that he thought would end the blood shed between Muslims and the west and it was this so-called plan for peace that formed the basis for CNN’s report. But what is more interesting about the interview was that it serves as proof that the riots that happened hours later were not about any movie but were started in order to push for the release of the Blind Sheik.
Now, it is absolutely true that there was some buzz about a YouTube video on the ground in both places – but it was manufactured buzz. These Islamic militants were being community organized – perhaps without their knowledge.
Khattala, however, seems to know things. If you listen to him talk, he sounds like he could be a member of the Obama administration – perhaps his Muslim Outreach Director.
Like I said, Rush was analyzing this on his show, today, and marveling at the similarities between some of the things Khattala was quoted as saying – and what the average Democrat might say.
In the 2012 New York Times article, the Benghazi suspect accused the leaders of the United States of, quote, “playing with the emotions of the American people,” and, quote, “using the consulate attack just to gather votes for their elections.” It sounds just like what Obama said that the Republicans were doing.
And then he said, “Why is the United States always trying to impose its ideology on everybody else? Why is the United States always trying to use force to implement its agendas?” Now, forgive me, folks, but that sounds exactly like the way Democrats look at this country. I’ve been following these people for 25 years, and they refer to us as imposing our will on foreign countries. And the thing is, I’ve never looked at freedom as an imposition, which is what we do. We liberate people. We bring them freedom. And this guy, “Why is the United States always trying to impose its ideology? Why is it always trying to use force to implement its agenda?”
“The film which insulted the Prophet was a direct attack on our values and if America wants good relations with the Muslim world it needs to do so with respect,” Abu Khattala said, sounding like a speechwriter for Obama’s speech at the United Nations on Sep. 25.
Khattala also told Reuters “he had only heard he was a suspect through news media and was surprised that officials had told journalists he was at large.”
Really. He said that.
So what really happened? Like so much that has happened during Obama’s ill-fated reign – we may never know the entire truth.
Walid Shoebat is one journalist who has been looking outside the box for answers. When it comes to Obama administration puzzles – Ocamm’s Razor does not apply. Anyone who still thinks it does, hasn’t been paying attention.
Based on what we know about the Benghazi scandal, it’s likely the one the administration most fears based on new information that points to the entire video narrative and marketing being part of a carefully crafted strategy as revealed by Shoebat.com. One of the actresses in the anti-Muhammad video – Cindy Lee Garcia – has come forward to claim that the maker of the video – Nakoula Basseley Nakoula – told her twice that he is a Muslim.
We have been led to believe he is a Coptic Christian.
This claim isn’t just a stand alone charge. It corroborates nearly all of our research since the attacks. If Khattala is going to blame the video, he will be pointing to a Muslim filmmaker as the culprit.
As Shoebat.com has reported on extensively, Nakoula was a federal informant for Eric Holder’s Justice Department beginning in June of 2010. The stated purpose for him becoming one involved his assistance in helping the Feds catch his partner in crime – Eiad Salameh. Nakoula received a reduced prison sentence after being convicted on that 2009 bank fraud charge. The problem is that Eiad was apprehended in 2011 in Canada and the Feds didn’t want him.
So, what was Nakoula given a lesser prison sentence for if not to help the Feds get Nakoula?
Stay tuned – and pray that Trey Gowdy has the testicular fortitude to get to the bottom of this.