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Monday, October 03, 2016

It Took Obama Six Hours to Respond to Benghazi and Hillary Didn't Find Him

President Obama did not personally respond to Benghazi on the night of the attack until more than six hours after the White House convened an emergency conference call, according to little-noticed State Department records reviewed by Breitbart News.

Obama’s six-hour absence, during which the United States military did not have presidential orders to enter Libyan airspace to potentially save Americans, was apparently not interrupted by Hillary Clinton.

A State Department Operations Center Watch Log noted that the White House convened a “NOIWON” at 1621 Military Time, or 4:21 PM Eastern Time, on September 11, 2012 to respond to the developing “attack” on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

“1621 The White House Situation Room convened a NOIWON, on behalf of the Watch, in which INR also participated, to report on an attack on the Diplomatic Mission in Benghazi,” according to the records.

“NOIWON” stands for “National Operational Intelligence Watch Officer’s Network.” A historycommons.org article on the 9/11 attacks defines NOIWON:

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Obama and Hillary proved their incompetence and failure during that one incident. They failed not only the four Americans killed but our entire country. They need to be prosecuted and sent to prison. But it will never happen if Hillary wins the election.

Anonymous said...

We don't need anymore proof that obama is pro muslim and all of us know hillary is a piece of crap , no I can't say crap , that comes from humans.

Anonymous said...

filthary said what difference does it make

Anonymous said...

Agreed!

Anonymous said...

So true!

Anonymous said...

I am sure he was on the golf course. Or the Mosque.

Anonymous said...

Obama hung the "Do Not Disturb" sign on his door when he went to bed the night before. And when the President says do not disturb, even Hillary knows better. After all, she was already in charge of the government. She didn't need anyone else to make a decision on what to do, or not to do.