They say history repeats itself.
This is best illustrated by the life of Glamor Magazine’s 2009 nominee for woman of the year, Susan Elizabeth Rice.
In the late 1990s, Rice was working for Bill Clinton as the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. The African continent was hers to rule, and she put her foot down on the necks of her rivals on more than one occasion.
One such foot to the neck was in regards to a little-known terrorist by the name of Osama Bin Laden. In the late 1990s, Bin Laden was living in Khartoum, Sudan. Although the Sudanese government was engaged in a long and bloody civil war, their intelligence service, the Mukhabarat, was exemplary and knew all about the terrorist activities of Bin Laden. They wanted to give the information to the United States and at one point wanted to turn him over.
Who overruled this? Who plugged her ears and refused to hear about Bin Laden?
Susan Elizabeth Rice.
How history has repeated itself is that Rice blamed bad CIA intelligence for not listening to the Sudanese. The CIA had wrongly stated that Sudan was sponsoring terrorism, so Rice refused to hear.
Again, with the Benghazi attack, Rice has blamed the CIA for feeding bad information to her: that it was the CIA and not her who pointed the finger towards an obscure anti-Muslim YouTube video and subsequent “protest turned violent.”
Like her boss, she likes to blame others for her mistakes.
Susan Rice is in effect partly responsible for 9/11.
She let Osama Bin Laden get away.
She truly has blood on her hands.