Accountability Review Board report cites ‘Systemic Failures’ at Hillary Clinton’s State Department on Benghazi terrorist attack and cover-up

hillary-clinton-looking-at-christina-aguilera-boobsAmazing how the report on the systemic failures at Hillary Clinton’s State Department comes out during the height of the Newtown news coverage. It’s not like the corrupt state run media (aside from Fox) would cover this Accountability Review Board report anyway, but now they have an excuse because of Newtown. The report cites ‘systemic failures’ by the State Department that left the Benghazi consulate facility inadequately protected. The report also confirms that the Obama regime, including Hillary Clinton lied, and that there were no ‘spontaneous protests’ outside of the consulate. The terrorist attack resulted in the death of four Americans, including two Navy Seals and the American ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens. now we know why Hillary Clinton suddenly ‘fainted’ and suffered a concussion and was unable to testify in front of Congress on the Benghazi hearings. As I sarcastically said at the time, amazing coincidence.


A State Department-ordered investigation into September’s attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, concluded that “systemic failures” left the facility inadequately protected, according to the review board’s report, which confirmed that no protest preceded the deadly attack.
The report, posted Tuesday night on the State Department’s website, also identified “leadership and management deficiencies at senior levels within two bureaus,” and it suggested 29 ways the department can improve its operations but recommended no disciplinary action.
The Accountability Review Board’s report comes after more than three months of intense debate in Washington over who was behind the attack, what motivated the attackers and why U.S. authorities weren’t able to stop the violence, which took the lives of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.

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