Key players in failures, cover-up rewarded while whistleblower was demoted for questioning their bogus claims
May 9, 2013
As State Department employees divulged information regarding woeful failures and dereliction of duty on behalf of both Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice over the Benghazi terror attack, both the former Secretary of State and the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. were receiving awards for being great public servants.
Fresh off the back of being presented with a ‘Distinguished Leadership Award’ by Bilderberg war criminal Henry Kissinger last week, Clinton pick up her latest gong from the Pacific Council on International Policy, this time it was the think tank’s Public Service Award.
Anyone would think she was a pop star parading around endless and meaningless awards shows.
The award Clinton received was created in honor of Warren Christopher, the former secretary of state who helped negotiate the release of 52 American hostages held in Iran in 1981.
Of course, under Clinton’s watch as Secretary of State, Americans in Libya were not so fortunate. As Clinton failed to even read cables sent from diplomats in a desperate plea for help, four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens were murdered in cold blood by the same extremist terrorists that the Obama administration had aided in overthrowing Muamar Gaddafi.
On the streets outside the elitist Beverly Hills gala, scores of sheeple from a group calling itself “Ready for Hillary 2016?” waved flags and placards begging Clinton to run for president in 2016.
Many feel that Clinton’s career should end after the Benghazi revelations. Kentucky Senator Rand Paul slammed Clinton in a recent speech, saying she should never be allowed to hold another public office ever again.
Meanwhile, the other key Obama official involved in the Benghazi scandal, Susan Rice, was also receiving a lavish reception at a different awards ceremony on the eve of the congressional hearings.
Rice was honored Tuesday night with the 2013 Louis E. Martin ‘Great American Award’, presented by The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.
A press release regarding the award noted that Rice was being honored for ”her work in advancing U.S. interests, strengthening the world’s common security and prosperity, and promoting respect for human rights,”.
In the aftermath of the attack on the US Consulate last year, Rice appeared on several talk shows and stated every time that the incident that led to the deaths of four Americans was not
This article originally appeared on : Prison Planet