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A JDAM is big enough that they can strap Bowe to one side and his pro-terrorist father Bob to the other. They can then “drop in” on their friends just as soon as the Air Force can book the flight.

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FOUR HUNDRED surface-to-air missiles stolen while Obama fiddled and Americans burned in Benghazi

No wonder King Putt has threatened CIA assets and attempted to hide military personnel who were privy to what happened the night the U.S. Ambassador to Libya was killed in a raid; the President’s blatant dereliction of duty armed al Qaeda with weapons powerful enough to blast airliners out of the sky: A former U.S. […]

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As Bristol goes missing, Benghazi is still all about Cross-Border Authority

A key Marine General Colonel in charge of Joint Special Operations Task Force-Trans Sahara has gone missing, now that members of Congress want to interview him about the night the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya was attacked: Marine Corps Col. George Bristol was in a key position in the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) chain of […]

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Tranny traitor treason case begins today

Bradley “I want to lop it off and be a girl named Brianna,” Manning’s espionage case begins today. The angry dwarf has already admitted to stealing and publishing 700,000 classified documents and posting them to WikiLeaks. He only faces life in prison. Manning has admitted to sending the material to WikiLeaks — an online, non-profit […]

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Obama Admin told Special Forces team in Libya to stand down, and not rescue Benghazi consulate survivors

The lies told by the Obama Administration about Benghazi for the last six months have started to unravel in recent days, and every revelation is more disturbing than the last. The deputy of slain U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens has told congressional investigators that a team of Special Forces prepared to fly from Tripoli to Benghazi […]

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