Skip to comments.Family members of 9/11 victims on Clinton's missed chance (VIDEO)
Posted on 08/02/2014 9:00:18 AM PDT by LSUfan
Bill Clinton admitted he had the opportunity to kill Bin Laden. VIDEO
(Excerpt) Read more at video.foxnews.com ...
"For those who missed it, here is FDNY (ret.) Jimmy Riches and me with Monica Crowley on "Hannity" last night. FYI, some 200 pages of 9/11 Commission memorandums and interview transcripts with Clinton administration senior national security officials and Clinton himself have been kept under wraps for 10 years. We have requested declassification reviews years ago. We hear nothing. "Pending." And while 43 of GWBush's presidential daily briefs (generated by CIA) were reviewed by the 9/11 commission, resulting in a 7,000 word summary (also never released), BILL CLINTON'S were never reviewed. Virtually the entire 9/11 plot and planning took place before Bush took office. Two of the hijackers entered the U.S. on Jan. 15, 2000. Over 60 people in the intel "community" knew this. There is a huge institutional buddy network cover up of Bill Clinton's fecklessness and moral failure in protecting this country. '93 WTC attack, 7 dead, 1,000 injured. '96 Khobar Towers Saudi Arabia, 19 servicemen dead, 498 injured. '98 U.S. embassy bombings, East Africa, 224 dead, 5,000 injured. Oct 2000, USS Cole, 17 sailors dead. Clinton response: ZERO."
I believe this is discussed in the book Dereliction of Duty by Robert Patterson. Clinton had opportunity to take down Bin Laden and failed to do so.
Wonder if the 9/11 families can sue the former Pres.
If I recall correctly the head of opposition to Bin Laden was taken out the day before 911. He famously made a comment when Bin Laden was in the sights of him and a group of special ops but were NEVER given the go ahead to take him out.
His comment was, Are there no men in Washington.
Finally, the president accepted Bergers call. There was discussion, there were pauses and no decision. The president wanted to talk with his secretaries of Defense and State. He wanted to study the issue further. Berger was forced to wait. The clock was ticking. The president eventually called back. He was still indecisive. He wanted more discussion
Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2012/04/28/media-miss-hypocrisy-clinton-claiming-romney-wouldnt-have-killed-bin#ixzz39FitBSX4
The Clintons are lying traitor trash.
Do you remember”Slick Willy’s”EXCUSE for NOT taking Bin Laden on a silver platter when Sudan offered him?He said words(to the effect)that he didn’t think we”The US)had sufficient”legal Grounds”to hold him??????The”Weasel-in-Chief”from Little Rock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
where are the Jersey Girls??? remember them?? the chicks whose husbands died on 9-11 then they went on a cross country campaign for john kerry and against GWB in 2004??
“Wonder if the 9/11 families can sue the former Pres.”
Waste of time. Didn’t you hear that he and Hillary! are dead broke? It was ALL over the news, LOL!
Karma is gonna smack those two but GOOD one day. I hope I am alive to see it.
“He said words(to the effect)that he didnt think weThe US)had sufficientlegal Groundsto hold him...”
That really is the issue of the day with Democrats. This isn’t about the law. When someone declares war on you, you are at war whether you want to be or not. The choice is to die or fight back. The Democrats would have us all with our heads cut off & sitting on a pike.
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I wondered about them too. Remember they were Chris Matthews favorite guests! Where are they?
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