Obama Under Fire for Benghazi
July 2, 2014 • 9:01PM

The official indictment of Ahmed Abu Khatallah, the alleged mastermind of the attack on the Benghazi consulate which killed four Americans on Sept. 11, 2012, charges that...

Benghazi Attack Mastermind Ahmed Abu Khatallah Indicted for "Conspiracy," Exposing Obama Lie of Spontaneous Reaction to Video

The official indictment of Ahmed Abu Khatallah, the alleged mastermind of the attack on the Benghazi consulate which killed four Americans on Sept. 11, 2012, charges that: "defendant Ahmed Abu Khatallah did knowingly and intentionally conspire and agree with other conspirators, known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to provide material support and resources to terrorists, that is, personnel including himself and others, as defined in Title ... ..., knowing and intending that the material support and resources were to be used in preparation for and in carrying out a violation of Title ..., Killing a Person in the Course of an Attack on a Fedeal Facility Involving the Use of a Firearm and dangerous weapon, and a violation of Title ... Maliciously Damaging and Destroying U.S. Property by Means of Fire and an Explosive, and this offense resulted in death."

As the front page of the Washington Times headlined today, while Khatallah's detention hearing was being held in Alexandria, Virginia, "Indictment of Benghazi Suspect Debunks Obama Tale."

During Obama's 2012 re-election campaign, Obama and his controllers lied that the Benghazi atttack was the spontaneous response of demonstrators angered by an anti-Muslim YouTube video. Susan Rice, now Obama's National Security Adviser, was deployed by Obama PR expert Ben Rhodes to peddle the "spontaneous attack" story on Sunday talk shows.

This adds fuel to the political fire set by author Edward Klein, with his revelations that Obama pressured Hillary Clinton to lie about the Benghazi attack the very night it happened.

"Blood Feud" Author Edward Klein: Obama Broke Deal with Clintons; Repeal of Glass-Steagall Caused 2008 Financial Collapse

"Blood Feud" author Edward Klein, appearing on C-SPAN's "Morning Journal" today for a 45-minute interview on the now-public political war between the Clintons and the Obamas, took the opportunity of a Democratic caller's comment to place the repeal of Glass-Stegall front and center as a disaster for the U.S.

Immediate re-enactment of Glass-Steagall is the first of Lyndon LaRouche's "Four Laws" to save the U.S. economy, and is now the subject of four bills before the U.S. Congress. The caller complained, "We hear what a great economy Clinton created, in spite of NAFTA, the approval of Most Favored Nation status for China, and the repeal of Glass-Steagall, which caused the Great Recession." Klein responded, "...You are right about this Glass-Steagall Act, which allowed banks to do their own trading, and which ultimately resulted in the collapse of the economy in 2008 and afterward."

Quinnipiac Poll: Obama Is #1 as Worst President Since WWII

Obama is the worst president since World War II, 33 percent of American voters said in a Quinnipiac University National Poll released today. Another 28 percent pick President George W. Bush for that distinction.

Bill Clinton, with 18% of voters, polled second to Ronald Reagan (35%), as the best president since WWII.

40% of voters polled say Obama is worse than George W. Bush; 39% say he is better. "Over the span of 69 years of American history and 12 presidencies, President Barack Obama finds himself with President George W. Bush at the bottom of the popularity barrel," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.

American voters say 54-44 percent that the Obama Administration is not competent running the government.

President Obama's job approval rating, inching up since a negative 38-57 percent in December, 2013, his all-time low, is stalled at a negative 40-53 percent.

Obama gets negative grades for his handling of most key issues: the economy, foreign policy, health care, and terrorism.

Quinnipiac University surveyed 1,446 registered voters nationwide from June 24-30, with a margin of error of +/- 2.6%.