Lt. Col. Matthew Dooley – a highly decorated combat commander – was fired from his position by General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for teaching a course designed to educate soldiers about how to fight back against Islam and Jihad. In essence, Dooley was right on at least two very basic fronts. 1.) He was helping soldiers defend their nation against the biggest threat it faces and 2.) He was arming them with knowledge to protect themselves in the battle.
As such, Dempsey is knowingly putting the men under his command in danger; this is a very serious offense that highlights everything a General should not be. He is supposed to put the safety of his men above himself and certainly above his own career.
Joe Biden’s National Security Adviser Implicated in the altering of Benghazi talking points
Should Vice President Joe Biden fire his National Security Adviser or risk drawing the White House further into the Benghazi cover-up?
When the 9/11/12 attacks in Benghazi went down, a man named Jake Sullivan was a Deputy Chief of Staff to then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. We now know that Sullivan was intimately involved in altering the talking points given to UN Ambassador Susan Rice, which she used on 9/16/12 during appearances on five separate Sunday talk shows.
Another opportunity for Ranking Democrat / Registered Socialist Elijah Cummings to keep his word (Socialists never do)
Think Progress, which is essentially the media arm of George Soros’ Center for American Progress (CAP), is now engaged in a media campaign to smear Benghazi whistleblower, Gregory Hicks. This is the same Gregory Hicks who Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), the ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, pledged to protect from intimidation.
It would appear Mr. Cummings has an opportunity to keep his word (socialists never do this if it means harming the collective).
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