Two weeks after Islamists murdered U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, FBI agents still have not been granted access to the U.S. consulate in Libya to investigate the crime scene. And conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh believes the Obama administration does not want the FBI on the scene to find facts about the attack that would hurt the president.
Limbaugh suggested on his Friday radio show the FBI was not in Libya because they would “find out what happened.”
“The FBI will not lie about what they find, so the regime has got to keep them out of there,” Limbaugh said. “If you have the FBI conducting an investigation and telling everybody officially what we know, that's not good for the regime.”
Limbaugh said if Obama prevents the FBI from going to Libya, then there is no way for them to “get to the bottom of it.”
The Obama administration has consistently misled Americans about whether they knew of threats against U.S. interests in Libya leading up to the eleventh anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, and Limbaugh believes an FBI investigation would further contradict the administration's debunked talking points -- like how an Internet movie was responsible for this wave of anti-American violence.