Filmmakers denounce Petraeus's fall as he was set to testify about the Benghazi protests
A Taiwanese animation denounces the fall of CIA head David Petraeus as just another stunt by US officials to stop him from testifying about the Benghazi protests.Next Media Animation posted this romanticized timeline of events leading to Petraeus's resignation on YouTube on Monday, November 12. The clip is brilliant, although completely politically incorrect. It's particularly enjoyable if you crave political propaganda with a soap opera feel.
It centers around the publicized affair between the General and his biographer Paula Broadwell, which came to light as another woman became involved.
MacDill social liaison Jill Kelley exposed the couple's relationship after allegedly being threatened by Broadwell. In a strange twist, she also became involved as emails between herself and Petraeus's successor Gen. John Allen surfaced. If this isn't a soap opera, I don't know what is.
Videomakers mention the CIA director was scheduled to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee regarding the Agency's intel about the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Before being able to do so, he was “magically” vanished from his position.
Protests in Lybia were allegedly prompted by the release of an offensive Mohammad flick, and ended in the U.S. ambassador losing his life.