Unreal: State Dept. Refused Sandbags & Machine Gun at Benghazi Consulate- “It Would Upset the Neighbors” (Video)
I can only assume Obama signed some sort of contract with the Benghazi home owners association. Either that, or he and his administration are completely incompetent:
The Obama State Department refused a request by staffers in Benghazi for sandbags and a belt-fed machine gun to help to increase security at the consulate.
They were told it wasn’t “aesthetically pleasing” and “would upset the neighbors.”
The State Department was warned that an Islamic militia group was their neighbor.
Seriously. That’s who was living next door.
I’m guessing this is what their response:
Sickening, but probably true.
That or they called them Islamophobes or racists.
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