From the “reset button” to Behghazi, Hillary Clinton’s run as Secretary of State has been for America. Tim Brown of Freedom Outpost put together a terrific piece that exposes how her failures run even deeper. Tim Brown 8 Hours Ago Secret Pentagon Tapes Reveal Admirals & Generals Indictment of Hillary Clinton on Libyan War More damning evidence is coming out about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. According to top Pentagon officials and a senior Democrat member of Congress, they didn’t put any faith in Clinton’s 2011 war in Libya, according to secret audio recordings which were recovered from Tripoli. According to the sources, they sought to go around the Clinton State Department and open diplomatic channels with the Gadhafi government in an effort to stave off what eventually followed. The Washington Times reports: The tapes, reviewed by The Washington Times and authenticated by the participants,chronicle U.S. officials’ unfiltered conversations with Col. Moammar Gadhafi’s son and a top Libyan leader, including criticisms that Mrs. Clinton had developed tunnel vision and led the U.S. into an unnecessary war without adequately weighing the intelligence community’s concerns. “You should see these internal State Department reports that are produced in the State Department that go out to the Congress. They’re just full of stupid, stupid facts,” an American intermediary specifically dispatched by the Joint Chiefs of Staff told the Gadhafi regime in July 2011, saying the State Department was controlling what intelligence would be reported to U.S. officials. At the time, the Gadhafi regime was fighting a civil war that grew out of the Arab Spring, battling Islamist-backed rebels who wanted to dethrone...
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