An actual War on Women is ablaze with such intense heat that, if the majority of women in America were emotionally connected with even the most basic of Benghazi truths, their reaction might bring the Obama administration to its’ knees. The mothers, wives, sisters and daughters of the savagely murdered Americans in Benghazi are being victimized, violated and emotionally raped by one of the most ruthless gangs of female political operatives in US history. Please look at this lineup of self-proclaimed “champions of women’s rights.” These politicians have displayed nothing but gross contempt for the long suffering women of Benghazi.
Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, Valerie Jarrett, Victoria Nuland, Huma Abedin and Jen Psaki, political operatives past and present, have used lies, deceptions, delays, edited talking points, character assassinations, demotions, intimidation, false congressional testimony and hidden thirty eye-witness survivors to conceal the truth. These six political women have demonstrated little more sympathy for the grieving women of Benghazi than the perverted Castro kidnaper in Cleveland demonstrated for the three young girls he kidnapped, tortured and raped. Imagine someone you loved being savagely murdered because of covert, illegal, government actions. Contemplate how you might feel if you were prevented from finding emotional closure because the “how and why” of the role your government played in your loved one’s death – before, during and after their brutal murders – was being withheld?
After experiencing the tragic, unexpected death of a loved one, the grieving process is made far more painful in the absence of complete information. An essential ingredient that helps bring closure to those in the grieving process is truth. By withholding truth, loved ones are forced to unnecessarily endure an extended period of emotional and spiritual torture. Where is the grace, love and compassion from Barack Obama’s femme fatales, ladies who purportedly care so deeply for other women?
Adding further insult to the emotional devastation the women of Benghazi feel each day is the fact that one remarkable female journalist is being subjected to relentless personal attacks by the same group of female political thugs. CBS News’ investigative journalist, Sheryl Atkinson, has been smeared, screamed at by White House officials, publicly mocked and had her computers hacked for simply trying to unravel the Gordian knot of Benghazi lies. Her remarkable body of work on Benghazi should have already earned her recognition similar to journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein received during the Watergate era. But don’t hold your breath. The extreme level of political correctness and partisanship that contaminates the field of journalism today is serving to suppress Sheryl’s brilliant research.
Consider how the political left and the mainstream media would react if, hypothetically, dozens of radical, anti-abortion activists invaded a Michigan abortion clinic, murdered four doctors, one of whom was the Surgeon General of the United States (Christopher Stephens, the murdered US Ambassador to Libya, held a rank equivalent to a 4-Star military general), proceeded to burn down the clinic and for eight long hours, multiple 911 calls for help from frantic abortion clinic staff resulted in not a single law enforcement person arriving to offer assistance. Then, twelve hours after the attack, George W. Bush appeared on television to blame the entire incident on a television episode of Glee that was terribly insensitive to Baptists? Without taking even a single question from the press, Bush then boarded Air Force One for a fundraising trip in Lynchburg, Virginia, on the campus of Liberty University. This hypothetical example attempts to illustrate why so many Americans remain outraged at Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and the majority of the media.
The disgraceful war on the grieving Benghazi women should end. The disrespect, lies, withholding of evidence and attempts to demonize the motives of all who seek truth and closure will only inflame the passions of patriotic citizens determined to honor the memories of our Benghazi heroes.
Truth, grace and human decency should always trump politics.