President Obama has said the lack of a post-rebellion plan for Libya was the worst mistake of his administration.
And in the current presidential contest between Obama’s former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, and Senator Bernie Sanders, Clinton has defended her decision to seek the overthrow of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi.
Mrs. Clinton infamously laughed during a television interview when hearing of Qaddafi’s death and said, “We came, we saw, he died!”
Mrs. Clinton’s near-certain lesbian relationship with her longtime aide, Huma Abedin, and Abedin’s links to the Muslim Brotherhood, likely influenced Clinton’s animosity toward Qaddafi.
On August 2, 2013, WMR reported on the menage-a-trois relationship between Clinton, Abedin and the Muslim Brotherhood:
“Mrs. Clinton has done much for Abedin over the years. Abedin was a lowly intern in the Clinton White House in 1996 but she rose to become Mrs. Clinton’s deputy chief of staff at the State Department with an annual salary of $135,000. At the same time, Abedin served as a consultant to the William J. Clinton Foundation and Teneo Holdings, a Wall Street consulting group that advised former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine’s MF Global investment firm as it was collapsing. While double dipping as a government employee and a private consultant, Abedin hauled in as much as a half of million dollars in salary. Abedin and [husband Anthony] Weiner also live in a Park Avenue South apartment owned by a major Clinton campaign financier.
Abedin and Mrs. Clinton were also linked to the ousted Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood government of President Mohamed Morsi and his chief foreign policy adviser, Gehad El-Haddad. WMR reported: “The Morsi adviser was also an official of the Muslim Brotherhood, Morsi’s Freedom and Jusice Party, and director for the Clinton Foundation in Egypt. El-Haddad also served as the top media adviser to Morsi. Abedin’s mother, Saleha M. Abedin, is a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and the editor of the Saudi-funded Journal of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Huma worked for the magazine as an assistant editor while she also worked for Mrs. Clinton between 1996 and 2008.”
Huma Abedin’s sister, Heba Abedin, and her brother, Hassan Abedin, are editors for publications linked to the Muslim Brotherhood. Mrs. Clinton paid a visit to Huma Abedin’s mother, Saleha Abedin, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in 2011. Mrs. Clinton publicly described Huma’s job as “very important and sensitive.” It was later revealed that Abedin was part of an inner circle of State Department and private individuals who shared information on a private email server located in Clinton’s Chappaqua, New York house.
Qaddafi earned a death sentence from the Muslim Brotherhood after he banned the organization from Libya shortly after seizing power from the decrepit and corrupt King Idris in 1969. The Central Intelligence Agency described Qaddafi’s hatred for the Muslim Brotherhood in one of its classified reports on Libya. Qaddafi called Muslim Brotherhood members “sick people” and ordered the arrest of many of the group’s leaders, according to the CIA.
In a recent interview Abedin described in almost romantic terms her first meeting with Mrs. Clinton. Abedin said, “She [Clinton] walked by and she shook my hand and our eyes connected and I just remember having this moment where I thought, ‘Wow, this is amazing . . . And it just inspired me. You know, I still remember the look on her face. And it’s funny, and she would probably be so annoyed that I say this, but I remember thinking, ‘Oh my God, she’s so beautiful and she’s so little!'”
In a recently revealed email sent by Huma Abedin to State Department aide Monica Hanley via Clinton’s private email system on January 26, 2013, Abedin wrote that Mrs. Clinton was “in bed for a nap” when Abedin first heard on a Saturday evening that Mrs. Clinton had a meeting scheduled at 8 am the next morning with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Abedin also wrote her colleague Monica Hanley that Mrs. Clinton was “often confused.”
Perhaps Mrs. Clinton’s medical condition made her “confused” about supporting the Muslim Brotherhood takeover of Egypt and the subsequent rebellion against Qaddafi and his assassination. However, it is more likely that Mrs. Clinton was trying to score “love points” with her lesbian concubine. It’s not Mrs. Clinton’s homosexuality that is at issue. Just as with a political leader like Alabama Republican Governor Robert Bentley, whose heterosexual extramarital affair involved abuse of office, Mrs. Clinton’s affair directly resulted in the destabilization of the Middle East. Mrs. Clinton’s dispatch of ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens to arrange for the transfer of captured Libyan arms caches to Syrian jihadist rebels cost him and three other diplomatic personnel their lives. Mrs. Clinton’s coddling of Saudi Arabia where the mother of her girl friend resides is another travesty of her time as Secretary of State.
At a campaign appearance in New Hampshire in February, Bill Clinton basted, “Henry Kissinger, of all people, said she [Hillary] ran the State Department better and got more out of the personnel at the State Department than any secretary of state in decades, and it’s true.” Of course, by decades, Kissinger meant since the time he ran the State Department and engaged in bloody operations abroad that resulted in the deaths of millions of innocents.
Kissinger was also a well-known lothario who likened his political power to an aphrodisiac. In the case of Mrs. Clinton, political power as an aphrodisiac and a love affair with Huma Abedin may have sealed Qaddafi’s fate. Not only did Mrs. Clinton offer up Qaddafi’s corpse as a trophy to her girlfriend’s Muslim Brotherhood family but the Secretary of State’s macabre laugh over Qaddafi’s death may have suppressed an on-air orgasm. As for the hapless Wiener, who resigned as a congressman over pictures of his genitals he texted to unsuspecting women, all is well. Wiener just landed a columnist position at The New York Daily News, a paper that has heartily endorsed Mrs. Clinton for the White House.
Wayne Madsen is an investigative journalist who consistently exposes cover-ups from deep within the government. Want to be the first to learn the latest scandal? Go to WayneMadsenReport.com subscribe today!
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