Wash. Times' Kuhner Claims Obama, Clinton Are Complicit in Benghazi Deaths

Washington Times columnist Jeffery Kuhner accused President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of abusing their power which to the death of four Americans in Benghazi.

In his May 10 column, Kuhner claimed that Obama was “engaged in the systematic abuse of power” in his handling of the September 11, 2012, terror attack in Benghazi. He also claimed that Clinton sent Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens “on a suicide mission,” while Obama failed to send help to Libya, leading to the deaths of two others. From The Washington Times:

Moreover, according to Gregory H. Hicks, the State Department's deputy chief of the Libya mission, Mrs. Clinton told Stevens to go to Benghazi. He was there under her personal orders. He was tasked with transforming the U.S. mission into a permanent consulate -- despite the rising threat of terrorist violence and the lack of security. Knowing the dangerous situation, she sent him on a suicide mission. Mrs. Clinton has American blood on her hands.


The administration engaged in a massive cover-up to protect Mr. Obama's political credibility.


Ultimately, Benghazi is considerably worse than Watergate. No one died in Watergate; the scandal revolved around the cover-up of a third-rate burglary. President Nixon's crimes paled in comparison to those of the Obama administration. Mr. Obama has violated his sacred trust with the American people. He has repeatedly misled the public. He has engaged in rampant abuse of power and gross dereliction of duty. He has sanctioned the deliberate manipulation of intelligence. He has enabled his subordinates to commit perjury and obstruct justice in the investigation of the terrorist killing of four U.S. officials.

Mr. Obama neglected his duties and Americans died.

Kuhner has long used his column to issue political attacks on Obama.