The four State Department officials who allegedly lost their jobs over Benghazi haven’t lost their jobs at all. According to the New York Post, all four and still on the payroll.
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The highest-ranking official caught up in the scandal, Assistant Secretary of State Eric Boswell, has not “resigned” from government service, as officials said last week. He is just switching desks. And the other three are simply on administrative leave and are expected back.buy valium without prescription
The four were made out to be sacrificial lambs in the wake of a scathing report issued last week that found that the US compound in Benghazi, Libya, was left vulnerable to attack because of “grossly inadequate” security.buy tramadol no prescription
State Department leaders “didn’t come clean about Benghazi and now they’re not coming clean about these staff changes,” a source close to the situation told The Post., adding, the “public would be outraged over this.”buy phentermine online no prescription
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In response to questions from The Post, the State Department would only reissue the carefully crafted statement put out last week.valium for sale
Spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said that Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton “has accepted Eric Boswell’s decision to resign as assistant secretary for diplomatic security, effective immediately.” What Nuland omitted was that Boswell gave up only the presidential appointment as assistant secretary, not his other portfolios.klonopin online no prescription
The other officials — Deputy Assistant Secretaries Charlene Lamb and Raymond Maxwell, and a third who has not been identified — were found to have shown “performance inadequacies” but not “willful misconduct,” Pickering said, so they would not face discipline. (Read More)
Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton hasn’t been seen in public since she bumped her head a couple of weeks ago.