The Perpetrators of the Coup Against Obama
August 10, 2013
Part One detailed how Obama is piling up a bigger body count with his senior command military officers than he is with Taliban forces who are opposed to the CIA’s drug trafficking activities in Afghanistan. This article will detail who are the main players involved in trying to bring down Obama’s presidency.
Low Friends In High Places
While leading forces in Iraq and in Afghanistan, for CIA director Patraeus had close dealings with AFRICOM commander, General Hamm. As revealed in part one, Hamm was relieved of command and arrested for disobeying orders in trying to launch a rescue mission to save Ambassador Stevens. Come the post-election period, and Patraeus was immediately gone. It now appears very likely that the former CIA director was not on board with the murder of Ambassador Stevens. It is now clear that Patraeus, Hamm and Admiral Gayoutte were all involved in a coup attempt to take Obama down. However, as will be revealed, they did not act alone.
Stevens’ Potential Revelations About Arming Al-Qaeda Would Have Cost Obama the 2012 Election
If the three men were successful in extricating Stevens and bodyguards from harms way, Stevens would have been in a position to spill the beans on Obama’s treason of providing, not only weapons to Al-Qaeda in Libya and Syria, but 20,000 hand held stinger missiles, Obama, Panetta and Clinton would have been marched out of the White House in handcuffs. Remember, the murder of Stevens took place less than 60 days before the election.
My sources have independently revealed that it was at this point that Pataeus was informally removed as the CIA director. Very shortly after the election, Patraeus was formerly sacked over an extramarital affair. And as was pointed in part one, Patraeus was vetted for his CIA position with the full knowledge that he was having an affair.
Patraeus had to be the next to go because as a private citizen, he could invoke the Fifth Amendment of the right to not self-incriminate over the Benghazi affair and this protected Obama. As CIA director, he did not have that right. In a related move, and also in an effort to save her candidacy for the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton decided to fire herself as Secretary of State. She, too, would have had the same testimonial immunity. And now even Homeland Security director, Janet Napolitano has removed herself from the controversial administration. Congress knew that when they interviewed these former officials, that they would not have to to talk to them honestly about the Benghazi affair.