While a security agent lay bleeding in the Benghazi diplomatic mission on Sept. 11, 2012, the U.S. Commander in Chief had his subordinates telephone YouTube about an alleged anti-Muslim film and then he went to bed to rest up before his Las Vegas trip to raise campaign funds for his reelection, according to new documents obtained by a non-profit watchdog organization.
According to the documents finally obtained by Judicial Watch from “the most transparent administration” in history, diplomatic security agent David Ubben, as did former Navy SEALs-turned-CIA contractors Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, ran into the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, in an attempt to save U.S. officials — including U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens — who were under attack by Islamist terrorists armed with firearms, mortars and rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs).
Ubben’s leg was shattered by the same mortar round that left Woods and Doherty both dead. While the security agent’s leg was shredded and bloody, he suffered excruciating pain for twenty hours before a rescue plane arrived to assist him and other wounded the the attack.
“The brave and professional security specialist was forced to lay in his own blood hoping that someone would arrive to help him. He had no idea that the CIA and military special forces were ordered to ‘stand down’ by someone,” said former military intelligence operative and police detective Michael Snopes. “The Judicial Watch documents — not the politicians — managed to get the documents that provide evidence that the Obama White House called YouTube and the Commander in Chief — the Commander in Chief! — left for what he does best — campaigning in Las Vegas for cash,” Snopes added.
These newly released documents show that the Obama White House — possibly Susan ‘Benghazi’ Rice and Valerie Jarrett — spent their time linking the terror attack to a YouTube video while Americans lay dead or dying or suffering in a compound that was located in a dangerous part of the world and had minimal security, according to the documents that should outrage all true Americans. “The Obama administration first thought wasn’t a rescue plan or a retaliation but to contact YouTube after the initial reports of the attack,” said counterterrorism analyst Brian Hanratty. “They did that before they bothered to even recover the bodies of the Americans,” said the former police commander.
The documents also show that the Obama minions were looking at a video — The “Pastor Jon” video by Oregon-based Pastor Jon Courson entitled God vs. Allah, a low-key exposition of the Biblical book of Kings. “These documents show the Obama White House rushed to tie yet another video to the Benghazi attack, even before Ambassador Stevens was accounted for. The Obama White House, evidently, was confused as to which Internet video to falsely blame for the Benghazi terrorist attack,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
“These documents show that the Obama White House should have been focused on rescuing our people under fire. These documents detail delays and lack of support that raise questions about whether American lives were needlessly lost and put at risk during the Benghazi attack,” Fitton said.