Obama administration suppressed White House photos taken during the Benghazi attacks

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Sharyl Attkisson Notices Something Obama Photographer Reveals, In Relation To Benghazi

Folks on the left tried to compare the picture Pete Souza took when they got Osama bin Laden. Souza noted that every picture he made was saved according to the Federal Records Act and would eventually be made public.

But as Twitchy reported, journalist Sharyl Attkisson made a couple of important observations about Souza’s comments.
This is interesting ("all photos saved under the law"). When I asked for White House & situation room photos the nite of Benghazi, White House photo office said I could likely have them by day's end. But Josh Earnest blocked release -- and they've never been seen to this day.
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So why was her request for the Benghazi pictures blocked by Obama White House Press Secretary Josh Ernest?

As we can see, the Trump administration had no problem publishing the pictures of the situation room during the Baghdadi raid. And that’s on Saturday. The Obama administration had no problem posting the pictures of the situation room from taking down bin Laden and that’s from 2015.

Perhaps Souza or someone else in the Obama administration could shed some light on why those Benghazi pictures are still not released since September 2012, some seven years later?
Obama objected to their release because it was not deemed beneficial to his 2012 campaign for reelection. That is the only logical explanation for not releasing them.


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