While Issa flails away at getting to the truth of Benghazi, the simple act of calling on two former military men would bring a quick answer to much of it.
Two men who had distinguished careers before Obama got rid of them. Ham and Gaouette. But they were not the first nor the last. For the background and the disposal of these men and the rest check out an earlier post: Obama gets rid of more Generals.
All of these men were highly decorated. Until Obama got through with them.
Marine Gen. John Allen
Gen. Mad Dog Mattis
Gen. David Patraeus
Gen. David Mc Kiernan
Gen. Stanley Mc Crystal
Gen. Carter F. Ham
Maj. Gen. Ralph Baker
Gen. William “Kip” Ward,
Rear Admiral Charles Gaouette
Freedom Fighter’s Journal asks ARE GENERAL HAM AND ADMIRAL GAOUTTE OBAMA’S POLITICAL PRISONERS?
Nothing the Obama administration has told the people about Benghazi is true… but who is responsible?
General Carter Ham
and Admiral Charles M. Gaouette
know the answer to this question. Where are Ham and Gaouette today? Why hasn’t Issa’s investigative committee called these decorated Military officers to testify before the committee investigating Benghazi?
We have known since 30 October 2012 that these two officers… Was it because they
1. Were ordered to STAND DOWN in Benghazi
2. Ignored those orders
3. Were relieved of duty for refusing orders to STAND DOWN?
Ask the questions what did they know, and when did they know it, and who ordered them to do what.
The Navy stated that it was “replacing the admiral in command of an aircraft carrier strike group in the Middle East, pending the outcome of an internal investigation into undisclosed allegations of inappropriate judgment.”
What were the “inappropriate judgments” of these two decorated Military leaders? Rear Adm. John Kirby, the Navy’s chief spokesman, declined to discuss the investigation.
What we know is that these two highly unusual acts to remove two highly decorated commanders is related to the 11 September 2012 strike on Benghazi. We also know that the congressional investigation has not yet called these valiant men in to give testimony.