My version of Benghazi events
Well, we've heard from the president's spokesmen and the State Department, three or four talking heads of news networks and a couple of countries, so my version of what happened in Benghazi can't be any further off than the rest.
Having read all the reports of what happened at the consulate and the safe house, one glaring part of this battle is missing. Between the safe house and the consulate, a running gunbattle took place. From what we've heard, there were approximately 100 terrorists to take down a few Americans and all of those terrorists were armed to the hilt because of all the guns and ammunition that were set free after Libya fell.
What should jump out at you is this is where are the bodies of the terrorists? If one thinks those four men didn't fight for their lives, you'd better think again. Two of those men were Navy SEALs and their specialty was sniping. Those two SEALs went through a school called “Escape and Evasion” so they knew all the moves.
Most reports say that at the end, there were three or four Americans who had long guns and pistols. If that was the case, it should've taken the terrorists three days to bury their dead, but nothing. No show of funerals for the terrorists, no marches against Americans who killed these bystanders. Because there were no dead, the propaganda machine of the terrorists could not perform.
I believe the State Department was so paranoid about getting sucked into a brush war with terrorists that it equipped the consulate with rubber ball guns, the type they use in prisons today. What they didn't want were radical Middle East news media reporters hovered over what they would call bystanders who they would proclaim were killed by Americans.
Those guns will break a rib, and it will kill if hit in the temple. Our finest were faced with protecting American soil with rubber ball guns.
The world should be put on notice. If you intend to kill Americans on American soil in a foreign country, be prepared to die for yours.