Judge Napolitano: ‘Inconceivable’ That White House Didn’t See Libya Cables I Saw
Judge Andrew Napolitano stopped by the curvy couch on Tuesday morning, where he shared his thoughts on cables sent out just after the fatal attack on the American consulate in Benghazi.
“The cables that I saw came from members of the intelligence community on the ground in Libya,” he shared, “and they were sent on September 12th, the day after the murder of the Ambassador and his colleagues. And they set forth clearly and unambiguously the role of Al Qaeda in this invasion.” It was sent four days, he emphasized, before Susan Rice made her media rounds, blaming the attacks on “a spontaneous political demonstration, a cultural aversion to a 15-minute piece of garbage film that someone from California made.”
But it is inconceivable, he added, that the White House would not have seen the cables that he did, and thus “it is easy to see that the White House intentionally deceived the American people about what happened. Because the President created the mess himself. Qaddafi was a monster, no question about it. But in ridding the country of Qaddafi, the President destroyed any opportunities for the Libyans to govern. So who or what is governing Libya? Roving gangs of militia. Whoever controls the neighborhood, governs that neighborhood. One of those gangs, propelled by Al Qaeda, attacked our embassy. The conclusion is inescapable.”
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