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Robert Stauffer: The Benghazi Bazaar

Posted: November 24, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Updated: November 24, 2012 2:00 a.m.
 

There won’t be a song about how our flag was still there, because it wasn’t.

Maybe stories of the battles that almost took place in Benghazi will come out soon.

But the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack at Benghazi was the strangest geo-political episode I can remember. I wish the journalists would get curious and find out what went on in this terrorist attack.

From what I see, it starts with our embassy in Cairo making a “pre-emptive” apology about a video offensive to Muslims. A riot ensues, and elsewhere an attack in Benghazi where our ambassador and three other Americans were killed.

The Obama administration blamed this violence in the Middle East on the video in several Sunday political talk-shows. Obama himself blamed the video during an appearance on “The View.”

The strange part is the video narrative has been proven to be a false narrative.

How bizarre — it’s like days ago, colorful expressions about the video flowed like linens for sale, but now there is emptiness in the town square.

Why wasn’t our flag there?

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