Even Democrats are not contesting that Barack Obama lied repeatedly about Obamacare in order to get re-elected (they spin away from that issue as quickly and as abruptly as possible). Now, an extremely prominent Democratic Senator – Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) – seems to be conceding to another Obama lie, told in order to help him get… re-elected.
The 2012 Democratic National Convention took place from September 4th-6th. Five days after it ended, four Americans were murdered in Benghazi, in part, because of woefully inadequate security. The Obama administration lied for two weeks, saying the deaths were the result of a YouTube video. Something else happened at the Convention; we were told that al-Qaeda was “on the run”.
During an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union, Feinstein, who also chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee, told viewers that Americans are “not safer” than they were two years ago. Also, take note at the 1:00 mark, after Obama administration sycophant Candy Crowley is shocked to hear Feinstein say such things. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, agrees with Feinstein and says that:
“Al-Qaeda as we knew it before is metastasizing into something different, more affiliates than we’ve ever had before.”
With all due respect congressman – and as we’ve been saying for years – the Muslim Brotherhood is the umbrella under which all of these “affiliates” reside.
Here is Barack Obama at last year’s Democratic convention, telling Americans that al-Qaeda is on the run.
Vice President Joe Biden also talked tough, saying:
“If you attack innocent Americans, we will follow you to the end of the earth!”
Five days later, four innocent Americans perished in Benghazi, received no help, and more than one year later, no one has been brought to justice.
Of course, the now infamous quote from Biden was, “Osama bin Laden is dead and General Motors is alive!” The implication, when coupled with Obama’s comments about al-Qaeda being on the run was that America was safer (see Feinstein’s comments above):
Perhaps not so coincidentally, as a U.S. Senator from California, Feinstein heard from an extremely angry constituency when health insurance plans began getting cancelled after the failed roll out of the Obamacare website on October 1st. She voted for Obamacare and is on the hook for the destruction left in its wake. By saying that America has become less safe dating back to one year prior to the administration’s contention that al-Qaeda is “on the run” is not just a true statement but one that implicates Obama in more lies.