Judge Jeanine Pirro has been on a hot streak lately using her show to help uncover and expose what really happened in Benghazi on September 11th that took the lives of our ambassador and three other Americans. But she outdid herself tonight in her opening monologue exposing the lies of the Obama administration and the fact that the State Department decreased security in Bengahzi despite requests from security on the ground. She then asked if the British, who left a week earlier because they could see the handwriting on the wall, are necessarily smarter than us?
The most potent part of her monologue was this statement:
We know that Ambassador Christopher Stevens was in fear. We know that he wrote that he was on an Al-Qaeda hit list. But Christopher Stevens believed in America. Christopher Stevens believed he could make a difference. He upheld his part of the bargain. The Obama administration, Hillary Clinton in particular, did not.
Watch the whole monologue, it’s excellent: