Guy Benson Goes After The Lamestream Media’s Eerie Silence On Obama-Hezbollah Bombshell Report

[VIDEO] On FOX News’ ‘Outnumbered’ show today, Guy Benson addresses the issue of the mainstream media’s silence regarding the Obama-Hezbollah Bombshell. This is all in regards to a shocking report from Politico saying that the Obama administration effectively shut down an investigation into the drug cartel being operated by Hezbollah.

The reason for the shutdown was to grease the wheels for the Iran nuclear deal that President Obama wanted so badly. By all accounts, the investigation was going well and was ready to swing into action and start making arrests. The investigating team could never get the go-ahead from the Department of Justice. This needs to be investigated.

As Written and Reported By Fox News:

A growing number of Republican lawmakers are calling for answers after a bombshell report that the Obama administration blocked a law enforcement campaign targeting drug trafficking by the Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah for fear of jeopardizing the Iran nuclear deal.

The reporter behind the piece, Josh Meyer, explained earlier this week that federal investigators were gathering evidence of Hezbollah transforming itself from a political power to an organization that trafficked in drugs and other criminal conspiracies to make hundreds of millions of dollars. He said Obama administration officials threw a series of roadblocks in front of the investigation, which halted efforts to curtail top Hezbollah operatives’ criminal activities.

On “Outnumbered” on Friday, Guy Benson said this report makes one wonder if there were no depths to which the Obama administration was unwilling to go to pursue the nuclear agreement with…….


Guy Benson Calls Out Media’s ‘Near Silence’ on Obama-Hezbollah Bombshell Report | Fox News Insider

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