REPORT: Clinton asked for more security in Benghazi, Obama said no

Wow is this stunning. According to Ed Klein yesterday on Wilkow, the legal counsel of Hillary Clinton told him that she had actually ordered more security in Benghazi before the attack, however Obama turned it down. In fact he also reports that Bill Clinton wants her to release proof of this to protect herself even though it would likely cost Obama the election.

Read (h/t: Fox Nation):

EXAMINER– Last night, it was revealed that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had ordered more security at the U.S. mission in Benghazi before it was attacked where four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens were murdered by Al-Qaeda but President Obama denied the request.

The news broke on TheBlazeTV’s “Wilkow!” hosted by Andrew Wilkow, by best-selling author, Ed Klein who said the legal counsel to Clinton had informed him of this information.

Klein also said that those same sources said that former President Bill Clinton has been “urging” his wife [Hillary] to release official State Department documents that prove she called for additional security at the compound in Libya, which would almost certainly result in President Obama losing the election.

Klein explained that everyone knew what was happening in Benghazi from the CIA to the National Security Agency and that there’s intelligence cables that have not been released.

Wilkow asked, “If everybody knew this including the White House, who would have given the order to go in and save the ambassador?”

Klein, “The President…he should have given the order to use the rapid reaction force…”

Wilkow, “Not Petraeus?”

Klein, “Well it has to come from the president.”


If true, and it sounds like it, not only does this reflect very poorly on the Obama administration, but also on the propaganda media that has been trying to protect him ever since this happened on the night of 9/11.

This is likely one of the biggest scandals this country has ever seen and it’s been hidden by the Obama administration and the media.

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