Bee's Note: Of course he refuses to believe the UN report, since the media is reporting throughout the weekend that the "US is thinking about arming these same rebels". "Thinking?!"
There is that little matter about Benghazi and rumors of gun-running from Libya through Turkey to Syria. Stevens is not alive to explain exactly what was happening at the Compound in Benghazi, but what we do know so far is the last person Steven's saw before being tortured and murdered was a representative from Turkey (within the last half hour before his death). Has anyone questioned the ambassador to Turkey since the attacks on Benghazi?We have been asking all along, "Do you know who these rebels are that you wish to arm?" There is quite an assortment of terrorist organizations among the mix, from the MB, to al Qaeda.
OBAMA DOESN'T BELIEVE UN REPORT SYRIAN REBELS WERE THE ONES WHO USED CHEMICAL WEAPONS…
by Pamela Geller
Rather than admit to what a coward he is and how worthless his word is (Obama's 'red line' on Syria written in 'disappearing ink'), he shows what a coward he is by denying reality. The problem from the Muslim Brotherhood stooge in the White House is that he is backing the rebels and announced late last week that we would be supplyng them with lethal weapons. It seems to me that they already have them, Mr. President.
Look who is leading us into the gathering storm.
05/05/13 07:59 PM ET-“Our investigators have been in neighboring countries interviewing victims, doctors and field hospitals and, according to their report of last week which I have seen, there are strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof of the use of sarin gas, from the way the victims were treated,” Carla Del Ponte, a member of the independent commission of inquiry on Syria, told Swiss-Italian television. “This was use on the part of the opposition, the rebels, not by the government authorities.”The allegations will likely make it harder for the Obama administration to justify taking a more active role in the two-year-old civil war on the side of the opposition. The administration has said in recent days that chemical weapons appeared to have been used in Syria, which would violate the “red line” Obama set for Assad's forces.The Syrian government has denied using chemical weapons and initially invited UN inspectors to probe a March attack in the village of Khan al-Asal near Aleppo, saying rebels used chemical weapons in that incident. The regime has refused to allow the inspectors to enter the country, however, after France and Britain demanded that they be allowed to investigate other reported sites of chemical weapons use, notably in the village of Ataybah near Damascus on March 19 and in Homs last December.