A non-commissioned officer working for the Pentagon on a CIA program has decided that his freedom isn’t as important as the truth. Corporal Miles St. Cyr, chosen to be in the room during the Benghazi attacks because of his expertise in urban guerilla warfare, had the highest test scores at West Point and his thesis on the subject is now taught at the war college.
He was given codeword clearance that day, and to break his silence means he will be court marshaled for whistleblowing. He says he doesn’t care. St. Cyr told us that he will gladly do the time:
“I was in the situation room 10 minutes after the President got word. Admiral Fitzwallis asked for me. I was there until 9 AM the next day. Secretary Clinton was never there. Not for a single minute. She didn’t decide to go home, she decided to STAY home.
The only orders she gave were to ‘leave her the f*ck alone and call the CIA. That sh*t is their problem.”
Yes, that answers the question of whether or not she answered the phone. It doesn’t sound like she was of much use at all until it was time to figure out why she lost all those stinger missiles, explain why four people were dead on her watch and cover up her own ineptitude.
St. Cyr is currently at home, holding his weapon with the safety off, waiting for the next move in Clinton’s playbook: tie up loose ends. Hopefully, the process will be quick and he can be moved to safety sooner than later.