Could They Possibly Have Learned Something?

WASHINGTON, May 28 (UPI) –The U.S. Department of State issued a new travel warning Tuesday, advising “U.S. citizens currently in Libya depart immediately.”

They’re even considering evacuating the embassy there, which is an admittedly dramatic about-face from Shillary’s stance in Bengazi:

In order to prepare for the possibility of an embassy evacuation, the U.S. has pre-positioned military assets. A U.S. warship has been deployed to the region “to protect U.S. personnel and facilities in U.S. installations in North Africa,” Psaki acknowledged. In addition, “a special purpose Marine Air-Guard task force crisis response” group based at a naval air station in Sicily is prepared to respond “in the event these resources are needed in the future.”

One hopes that Barky doesn’t have another fund-raiser to attend. That would be unfortunate – for embassy staff, as Ambassador Stevens and three others belatedly discovered.

Hey, is the guy that Shillary had tossed in the slammer for making the video that killed Ambassador Stevens still doing time?

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2 Responses to Could They Possibly Have Learned Something?

  1. lectorconstans says:

    “The administration’s strong reaction to the situation on Benghazi is ample proof that we will spare no expense to protect our assets abroad.”

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