Via DaTechGuy, Chip Jones at the Conservative Report has some interesting information on what happened in Washington, DC on September 11, 2012. According to Jones, Valerie Jarrett was the one who denied relief to the Americans on the ground in Benghazi during that long attack.
Confidential sources close to Conservative Report have confirmed that Valerie Jarrett was the key decision-maker for the administration on the night of the Benghazi terrorist attack on 9/11/2012.
President Obama was on a call with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu, so Jarrett went down to the White House Situation Room to deal with Benghazi. At the time there were forces on the ground in Tripoli, but they needed the okay from the White House to proceed to Benghazi. According to Jones, it was Jarrett who denied them the authority to act.
The second, and most troubling aspect of the refusal to issue Cross Border Authority is, who issued the refusal. Rather than the President, the Commander In Chief, making critical decisions, granting or denying the authority to initiate offensive-actions in support of our valiant fighting men, the decision not to take action was made by a person, to whom the people did not elect to give such authority to, nor did Congress even have confirmation power over.
The military-order, not to initiate action, saving our men in Benghazi, was issued by the President’s Advisor, Valerie Jarrett.
And this is a “phony” scandal?
Read the whole thing, there’s much more at the link.
Too bad John Boehner refuses to appoint a special committee to get to the bottom of this once and for all.