Instead of only remembering those who died in the tragic September 11th attacks, we want to remeber the four brave men who died defending an American embassy from an attack in Benghazi.
According to a report by Christian News Alert, back in 2012 four Americans died in two American government facilities in Benghazi, Libya. Reactions were strong, and the Obama administration found itself taking the blame for ignoring security concerns prior to the attack.
A Special Forces Colonel recently revealed that President Obama told a rescue team that was on their way to Benghazi at the time to “stand down.”
The horrifying attack started round 9:40 PM on September 11, 2012 and the Islamic militant group Ansar al-Sharia were responsible for the 8-hour attack.
Before attacking the Twin Towers, Ansar al-Sharia targeted the American embassy in Libya, resulting in the deaths of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, and U.S. Foreign Service Officer Sean Smith.
Later that night they were launching mortar shells at a CIA complex in Libya, which is when CIA contractors Glen Doherty and Tyrone S. Woods died. Shortly after the fight started, Woods said:
“Those individuals I know loaded aircraft and got on their way to Benghazi to respond to that incident. They were not allowed to cross the border as per protocol until they got approval from the commander in chief. That authority has to come from him or they’re not allowed to enter the country.”
“This is something that the president and the White House has steadfastly denied, but there’s now what I would call an overwhelming body of evidence that leads us to believe that somebody stopped a number of teams and potential rescuers from entering Libya or going to Benghazi to help while those attacks were underway.”
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