The Petraeus scandal reveals massive Islamic infiltration in the Obama administration as Intel officials struggle to explain Libya talking points. Is the Obama administration decorated with spies from the Mideast?
From Debbie Schlussel: Jill Kelley, who is part of the Petraeus scandal spawned soap opera, was in charge of hosting parties and social events to push the Middle Eastern nations’ Islamic agenda. She was seen by Muslim Middle Eastern nations, especially Hezbollah-controlled Lebanon, as the “go to” woman to push their agenda on top US generals. While she was a lobbyist for their cause, she was not required to register as a lobbyist, like all others who host lavish parties for top US officials, like she did, in an attempt to influence U.S. policy in the Middle East.
From Fox News: “Top intelligence officials struggled to explain to lawmakers recently why their initial talking points after the Libya attack minimized the role of militant groups, putting pressure on former CIA Director David Petraeus to set the record straight in another round of closed-door hearings Friday.”
The Petraeus story has evolved into an espionage operation with many twists and turns, while the mainstream media continues reporting this crime against the US as a sex scandal. This could mean that certain US government agencies and the congress were all aware of the criminal activities that have been occurring within the US government for the past few years. Who are these US government agencies really protecting? Who is really running the show? Does this scandal involve President Obama? Is Obama taking his instructions from Saudi Arabia? Did the Obama administration facilitate the infiltration of the US government with anti-American and pro-Muslim operatives? If the answers to these questions are yes, then Petraeus was trying to dodge the bullet when he realized he was being used by the Obama administration to weaken the US and Israel.
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