How Obama manipulated sensitive secret intelligence for political gain

They wanted him dead.

For years, a clandestine U.S. intelligence team had tracked a man they knew was high in the leadership of al Qaeda — an operative some believed had a hand in plotting the gruesome 2009 suicide attack in Afghanistan that killed seven CIA officers.

Their pursuit was personal, and by early 2014, according to a source directly involved in the operation, the agency had the target under tight drone surveillance. “We literally had a bead on this guy’s head and just needed authorization from Washington to pull the trigger,” said the source.

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  • I would not let that clown clean my toilets.

  • Linda1000
    • Clausewitz

      Nixon was a Piker compared to this Douche.

      • Linda1000

        Agree, Watergate and even Bill Clinton seem pretty tame compared what Ozero did in eight years. I’m so grateful Hillary didn’t win because all of Ozero’s criminal dirty work would never have been exposed. He was counting on her winning to continue his agenda to destroy the U.S.

  • lgeubank

    Mussolini for Morons is an exceptionally good sociopath (con man, confidence trickster, grifter, bunko artist). That’s really his only talent. He was able to skillfully hide his hatred of American society, white people, Jews, and Christian civilization.

  • Watchman

    “Train and Equip began with a flow of “nonlethal aid” to certain Syrian rebel groups, but as its budget ballooned to some $1 billion, the program morphed into an unwieldy and ineffective effort to assist an unconventional military campaign.

    One former senior intelligence official said the program was badly undermined because the White House was constantly leaking details of efforts to build a Free Syrian Army with cash, weapons and intelligence.”

    Well, that and the CIA seemingly complete clueless of the motivation of the Free Syrian Army members and what the type of government they were going to put into place if they overthrew Assad. I’m really not convinced that a non-intervention by Obama would actually have led to a better end result anyway. The plans were flawed from the start if the plan was to create a democracy in Syria. If they just wanted to foment vicious factional infighting in the area this might have been achievable. Stable Democracy? Never.

    Makes you wonder how much of that $1 billion was skimmed off in bribes, backhanders and expense accounts too.