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BREAKING: Wikileaks PROVES Obama And Hillary ISSUED Stand Down Order In Benghazi!!

A new document dump from WikiLeaks turned up an email from Hillary Clinton to John Podesta.

This email proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that Americans were left to die in order not to upset the Muslims in Benghazi.

This is huge.

During the 2016 presidential campaign, former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, suffered some major blows thanks to WikiLeaks. But, with Barack Obama being the president back then, no harm came to his precious protege. Well, all this changed when he left the office and Donald Trump was elected. That was the end of Hillary Clinton because Obama was no longer there to protect her.

According to our source, USA Politics Today, another WikiLeaks email dump has turned up evidence that Hillary Clinton was not only aware of the situation, but she ordered them to stay put and wait rather than upset the Lebanese government. Hillary told John Podesta that a few lives were a small price to pay to keep our sweet deals on weapons to the Lebanese flowing through Kurdistan and Caledonia.

“Document Number 1254869 clearly shows that Clinton advised Podesta of their intent to have the U.S. military, which was only 3 miles from the consulate when the attack happened, stay put and offer no help. ‘The CIA will get their own people out’ the forward commanders were told.”

She also suggests that Barack Obama left her to make the ultimate decision. Allegedly, he told her to do “whatever she thought was best” in order to secure the weapon deals with Former Libyan Prime Minister Muammar Gaddafi, and prevent them from being handed over to the Germans.

The four people who lost their lives were U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, U.S. Foreign Service Information Management Officer Sean Smith, and CIA contractors Tyrone S. Woods and Glen Doherty.

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