» Obama fired 4 generals to cover up Benghazi
Please send to all those who still do not understand the enormity of devastation that B. Hussein, Huma Abedin, Hillary and Morsi inflicted on America and our military. We barfly know one tenth of the back story (Stevens targeted as exchange 'hostage' for blind sheik)...........and the Stalinist tactics employed by this administration (and the Clintons) ever since their 'kidnap Stevens' plan blew up in their faces. No one knows how many of our military, how many of our lifetime civil servants, how many throughout the State Dept, CIA, FBI are living with sheer FRIGHT from serious, credible threats hanging over their heads ever since the 9-11-12 plot failed.
While it's a good sign that Boehner has finally spoken on Benghazi, it's not nearly enough. We The People must up the ante and continue a vociferous chorus of persistent demand that a high level professional and neutral Select Investigative Committee with the same structure and powers that the Watergate Cmte had.............and I suggest Michael Mukasey to be the Chairman of the proposed panel............and with full subpoena powers, so that they can call these generals, the admiral and everyone else who has been told to 'stand down' on the issue......for full disclosure of what - exactly - happened for months before, during and after the fatal episode. CB
Obama fired 4 generals to cover up Benghazi
Maj. Gen. Ralph Baker, commander of the Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, was fired March 28, according to a Washington Defense official.
The command is headquartered in Djibouti and runs U.S. military operations in East Africa, including some counter-terrorism operations.
Baker, a two-star general, is appealing the firing, which was ordered by his boss, Gen. Carter Ham, the commanding general of all U.S. military operations across Africa.
He was relieved of his duty for loss of confidence, three Defense officials told CNN.
It was second embarrassing dismissal of a high ranking officer involved in the U.S. military hierarchy in Africa in five months.
Gen. William “Kip” Ward, the first four-star general to command U.S. military operations in Africa, was demoted for excessive spending from duty at U.S. Africa Command (Africom).
He lost one star and retired a lieutenant general.
Ward used his rank to shuttle his wife on shopping sprees, enjoyed a lavish beachfront trip and once accepted a Defense contractor’s gift of going backstage to meet actor Denzel Washington.
There are reports that two high-ranking military officers, Rear Admiral Charles Gaouette and General Carter Ham, were fired by Obama for wanting to come to the assistance of the beleaguered U.S. missions in Benghazi.
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