Dear Diary

The late Ambassador Chris Stevens reveals his inner angst to his Hello Kitty journal:


Stevens’ diary has never been made public, until now. It was first discovered and reported on, in brief, by CNN, but the news network soon caved in to outside pressure, most likely from President Obama’s staff, and ceased reporting on it all together.

When we received a copy of Ambassador Chris Stevens’ Benghazi diary, the Editors of SOFREP made a conscious decision to post it because the professional journal has clear journalistic value and contains important information relating to a clear and intentional cover up. Our bias in all of this is to shed light on the truth with regards to the Benghazi attack.

The revelations contained within the last five days of Chris Stevens’ working diary are nothing earth shattering to those of us who have been closely investigating the circumstances around the 9/11/12 Benghazi incident. However, it does shed critical light on Ambassador Stevens’ information on the matter, and his actions in the run up to the attack.

Written in the format of short hand notes, he wrote, “Militias the prime power on the ground. Weak state security institutions. As a result, dicey conditions.”
More pressing for Stevens personally, he wrote “Islamist ‘hit list’ in Benghazi. Me targeted…” … “Never ending security threats…”

There was an end, of course. To the threats, to Chris Stevens, to Tyrone Woods, to Sean Smith, to Glen Doherty.

I began this post intending to write a faux diary entry lamenting that Hillary won’t return his calls, answer his texts. But it’s not funny after reading this. Stevens was under no illusions, even if his superiors were under nothing but.

The old bag is anything but.

PS: CNN discovered the diary, but as yet is curiously silent on these revelations.

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