Obama Lied, The Ambassador Died
Obama denied a report that his administration was warned 48 hours in advance of the deadly attack on the Libyan embassy in Benghazi. In truth, it was worse than that. He had three days notice.
Three days before the deadly assault on the United States consulate in Libya, a local security official says he met with American diplomats in the city and warned them about deteriorating security.Perhaps if Obama had attended a single National Security Briefing in the week before the attack.
Jamal Mabrouk, a member of the February 17th Brigade, told CNN that he and a battalion commander had a meeting about the economy and security.He said they told the diplomats that the security situation wasn't good for international business."The situation is frightening, it scares us," Mabrouk said they told the U.S. officials. He did not say how they responded.
According to the White House calendar, there is no public record of President Barack Obama attending his daily intelligence briefing--known as the Presidential Daily Brief (PDB)--in the week leading up to the attacks on the U.S. embassy in Cairo and the murder of U.S. Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens and three American members of his staff:
The last time prior to the slayings that the White House calendar publicly confirms Mr. Obama attending his daily intelligence briefing was September 5th.