It has been nearly two months since the terrorist attack that happened on American soil in Benghazi, Libya and the best answer we can get is it is still under investigation. Huh? With the Senate investigation more answers are coming out, but we still don’t know answers to some of the important questions. One of the most important questions is was the requests for more help on the ground in Libya denied? and if so by whom? Kyle Clark, a reporter with 9News, asked the president about the requests for help and whether or not it was fair to make Americans wait for answers on Benghazi until after the election in this next video. Watch the expression of Obama’s face as these important questions are asked.
Next, there have been emerging stories in the news that the administration had the ability to watch the attack as it happened because there was at least one predator drone flying over the area during this attack that lasted nearly 7 hours. Remember that 2 of the dead Americans died in the final 6th hour of this fight. This is all discussed in the CBS news video below.
So, if all this is true, I am wondering just what kind of a camera view do you see when watching the ground through the camera of a predator drone? Maybe it is possible that the imaging is not clear and the monitor picture might be fuzzy enough not to see a battle where RPG (rocket propelled grenades) and mortar fire were used. I looked to find the answer in a real video recorded by a predator drone just to see what they might have viewed from the camera eye. The video I found is below, seeing is believing.
It appears that the view from a drone is pretty clear and one would be able to pretty much see what is going on below. You have the information, you decide.
This article is posted with respect to the 4 Americans that died and their families Ambassador Chris Stevens, Information Management Officer Sean Smith, security personnel and former Navy SEALs, Tyrone S. Woods and Glen A. Doherty rest in peace and with the gratitude of America in serving your country to the extent of the ultimate sacrifice. Our hearts and prayers go out to them
Americans want and deserve answers Mr. President