Deception by Kenneth Timmerman contains several blockbuster claims that match Wag the Dog deception in their audacity -- claims backed with evidence ranging from extremely solid to highly plausible. In the former category is the assertion that neither the Cairo riots on September 11, 2012, nor the Benghazi attacks that began later that night were inspired by the infamous YouTube video produced by Nakoula Basely Nakoula, the shady Coptic Egyptian living in Southern California.
In Deception, Timmerman provides an Afterword that focuses on the Iranian Quds Force commanders who were actually behind the well-organized and long-planned Benghazi raid. Anyone desiring more details on that attack, however, should consult Timmerman’s previous work, Dark Forces: The Truth About Benghazi (2014). Even when it became obvious (after the presidential election) that the White House YouTube explanation was deceptive, little information was provided about the terrorists actually involved -- and none was disseminated about the central role played by an Iranian regime the Administration was eager to portray as a reasonable treaty partner.
It is absolutely stunning and upsetting how intertwined all these corrupt people are. If we had a media who actually carried out their duties this would all be exposed. Articles like this are excellent, but sadly this information will never be disseminated to millions of people. I´m so very tired of being upset all the time over how our country is being destroyed before our very eyes and those who are supposed to protect us are no where to be found.