#HillaryEmails: She Slept Through Presidential Security Briefing on #Benghazi

#HillaryEmails: She Slept Through Presidential Security Briefing on #Benghazi

#HillaryEmails: She Slept Through Presidential Security Briefing on #Benghazi

Ireland has just voted overwhelmingly to approve of gay marriage in a referendum over the weekend, and Hillary Clinton just couldn’t wait to offer her hail and approval.

She may have been quick to approve of Ireland’s vote, but just couldn’t get herself to a Presidential security briefing held four days after the Benghazi attack. In fact, she slept through it, according to just-released emails.


Yikes. And this is the woman who assured America in 2008 that she was ready to take those emergency 3 a.m. phone calls in the White House.

Noah Rothman, writing in Commentary, adds this:

“I just woke up,” Clinton wrote in an email sent at 10:43 a.m. ET on the morning of Saturday, September 15, 2012. Surely, those Republicans tasked with crafting political advertisements in 2016 will not fail to contrast this revelation with Clinton’s famous 2008 spot in which she suggested that she would be a better candidate to take the crisis call that comes in at 3 a.m. When the crisis arrived, Hillary was literally napping.”

Hillary 3 amTwitter posters — obviously more aware than the former failed Secretary of State — expressed their disgust.

Oh, but wait until June 13. That’s when Hillary Clinton is hitting the reset button on her campaign rollout. Her first announcement, you see, was so botched with blunders and poorly staged events that she’s calling for a do-over for the campaign kickoff.

It’s just too bad that Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Ty Woods, and Glen Doherty don’t get do-overs on their lives.

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