Fox also confirms that video drones were feeding the action live to D.C., likely including the famous Situation Room, the CIA and the State Department. Administration officials knew exactly what was going on almost from the time the seven-hour assault began. Three times the Seals and others requested military assistance and three times they were denied. A military strike team was an hour's flight away, and could have assisted these brave men and women who were under siege. The CIA states no one in its organization denied a request for assistance. Someone at a high level -- a very high level -- knew of the pleas of assistance from these brave warriors and chose to ignore them.
In the 2008 Primaries, Hillary Clinton ran an effective ad with the phone ringing in a dark bedroom in the middle of the night and the suggestion that then Senator Obama lacked the experience and was ill-equipped to respond as Commander-in-Chief to the inevitable '3:00 a.m. phone call.'
|Shamefully, it appears the team wasn't as concerned about the lives of a U.S. Ambassador, two Navy Seals and a diplomat.|