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The War on Terror Isn’t Over … The Administration is Just Switching Sides

By way of The Daily Caller, author Diana West sits down for a very frank interview about the current state of affairs in the fallacy of the "Arab Spring" Middle East. She points out the Obama administration's open allegiance with al Qaeda groups in Libya and The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and how it mirrors our Cold War practices. She talks about the layers of unanswered Benghazi questions, and the courting of groups our country is continuing to support who fly the black flag of Jihad.

"It’s what happens when you switch sides openly"

And as Obama plans to empty Gitmo of terrorist detainees, keep in mind they will re-enter a batttlefield somewhere. There will be more Benghazis ahead for the U.S. and our people abroad.

This coincides with Obama's long and droning "the war on terror is over" speech the other day. Brit Hume has a more accurate translation ...

Meanwhile, Sen. John McCain snuck across the Syrian border to meet with the "rebels" in that country's conflict that McCain himself has been demanding U.S. support for. Make no mistake, these "rebels" are infiltrated with the exact same al Qaeda and Muslim Brotherhood groups as were seen in Libya.

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