What if there was a plan afoot to return the Blind Sheik to his terrorist Islamist brethren? A plan so outrageous might exist that no one would believe it, unless it was said to come from this administration. What if the Benghazi offices had no security because it was part of a plan to trade the “captured” American attache Chris Stevens for the convicted, unrepentant terrorist, (no, not Bill Ayers, the OTHER American hating terrorist).
What if that was why the military was told to stand down during the initial attacks? Suppose the only reason everyone was killed is because of the unexpected heroic efforts of two real American heroes, whose resistance was thought by the attackers to be a breach of the deal which was supposed to allow for the easy capture of the American diplomatic officials! The idea was to trade the terrorist sheik for the American Diplomats safe return to their families.
Now suppose Algeria is the second stage of this attempt by the terrorists to recover their brother terrorist. Except this time, the Islamists are acting unilaterally. After Benghazi, they feel they cannot trust any deal their Muslim connections in the American administration offer. The Blind Sheik is going home. Sooner or later. Obama and his Islamist handlers did not have the stones to make the case for his release directly to the American people. Instead, we will watch him struggle with this “terrible decision” to negotiate with the Islamists. In the end, Obama will release the Blind Sheik.
There are only two things wrong with this theory:
1) While there is no evidence to prove or disprove it, any logical theory must be considered, and this is what I believe:
2) No one would be surprised if it came from this administration. Unfortunately, I don’t believe there will be any concessions towards the Americans in this crisis. I believe Obama will “lead from behind” while Americans die under the protection of his Islamist handlers.
I pray I am wrong.
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