Was Fast and Furious an attempt to ban Second Amendment?
Katie Pavlich wrote an excellent book about the scandal and cover-up of the US government's “Fast and Furious” program under President Obama. On page 22 she quoted Eric Holder's disagreement with individual gun ownership in the Second Amendment. Maybe she will also tackle the scandal and cover-up of the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya.
Was video blame for Benghazi attack an attempt to ban First Amendment?
The testimonies are beginning to shine a light on the Benghazi cover-up, but was it a setup to try to take away free speech and/or give internet control to the government? Obama didn't make any move to help the young Iranians protesting Ahmadinejad's corrupt re-election campaign, but Obama got the US and UN involved in taking down Libya's president, and Chris Stevens was a part of it. Did the US government knowingly placed a homosexual man in an unstable Muslim country (almost like sending in a Jew) as a pawn for their desire for more control?
There was a failed assassination attempt on Britain's ambassador, and other attacks this summer; but requests for more security were denied. It sounds like king David telling Joab to place Uriah, Bathsheba's husband, in the thick of battle and then withdraw from him. The “video” had been up on Youtube since June, yet somehow it was cast as the sole reason for the Benghazi murders and Cairo protests on 9/11; as if Muslim hatred for America wouldn't be emboldened on that anniversary anyway.
Obama and his lackeys repeatedly point to the video, and Obama cited it six times in his speech to the UN; but then snippets of truth began to be divulged to the public, and Obama's team couldn't make the lies about the video stick. The only thing that makes sense to me is that Obama's team wanted to take over the internet or Youtube and/or ban “freedom of speech” due to security issues on their road to total fascism so that Obama could become dictator of the world.