Obama and Hillary Fired Benghazi Heroes When they Arrived In Germany, Then Ditched Them

Obama and Hillary Fired Benghazi Heroes When they Arrived In Germany, Then Ditched Them

Barack Obama aware of the Benghazi terror attacks on the 
Consulate 90 minutes after they began on 9-11.

The attack in Benghazi took place in two waves at the consulate and lasted several hours while US military contractors battled Islamist extremists for 13 hours. During which Obama slept.

On Tuesday former Congressman Jason Chaffetz spoke to Fox News’ Sean Hannity and gave the grim details of rest of the story.

Chaffetz was the first US lawmaker to arrive in Benghazi after the attacks happened.

Chaffetz told Sean Hannity that the Benghazi heroes were fired after they touched down in Germany after the attacks.

Obama-Hillary ditched and fired them, then from there they had to find their own way back to the U.S.

Then Barack Obama’s admin took away their security clearances so they could no longer get work inside the government.

Jason Chaffetz: You know what happened when they actually got home? Those people saved dozens of American lives. When they got home you know what the State Department, Hillary’s State Department did? They took away their security clearance so they couldn’t get a job. It’s unbelievable. That’s how they treated these guys. When they were there in Germany. When they were there in Germany. They didn’t send them home. They didn’t offer them plane tickets. They just told them they were released. They had to pay for their own plane tickets to get home.

But don’t expect CNN, MSNBC or many mainstream media outlet to report this because to them Obama and Hillary did nothing wrong.

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