Months after the raid on the Pakistani compound where our government wants us to believe bin Laden was alive and living with one of his wives, 30 American soldiers were killed when a helicopter transporting them was shot down by insurgents in Afghanistan. Among the dead were 25 members of SEAL Team 6. In February, an ex-SEAL considered to be the greatest sharpshooter in the military's history, was allegedly murdered by a fellow military veteran.
The government's account of what happened during the raid from the beginning has been marked by contradictions or outright falsehoods from almost the moment President Barack Obama stepped before cameras and told the American people during a live presidential address that bin Laden had been captured and killed. The media from the beginning played along with the false narrative fed to it by government propagandists.
In February, Esquire magazine published a report titled, "The man who killed Osama bin Laden is screwed," describing how badly things were going for a member of the elite SEAL team who claimed to be the shooter who killed bin Laden. This week, CNN reporter Peter Bergin, a media stooge for the Obama administration, reported that the alleged shooter's story as reported by Esquire was false, "complete B-S." Esquire stood by its report and noted CNN's own contradictions in reporting the story.
Never forget. The government lied about the Kennedy assassination to cover up the CIA's role in our President's assassination. It lied about the Gulf of Tonkin incident as a pretext for starting a war in Vietnam that President Kennedy was against waging. It lied about Sadam Hussein having weapons of mass destruction as a pretext for going to war against Iraq. It's now lying about Syria possessing and using chemical weapons against its people as a pretext for carrying on another illegal war to depose its current government and installing another CIA puppet regime in the Middle East, and it's probably lying about Iran's current nuclear capabilities as an excuse for launching a military attack there. Always question the official version.
UPDATE: Here's more evidence on why you must question what our government is telling us. A former CNN report claims she was ordered by her bosses to report false news about Iran and Syria to support the Obama administration's aggressive military posture towards the two countries:
Ex-CNN reporter Amber Lyon revealed that during her work for the channel she received orders to send false news and exclude some others which the US administration did not favor with the aim to create a public opinion in favor of launching an aggression on Iran and Syria.
Lyon was quoted by the Slovak main news website as saying that the mainstream US media outlets intentionally work to create a propaganda against Iran to garner public opinion's support for a military invasion against it.
She revealed that the scenario used before launching the war on Iraq is being prepared to be repeated where Iran and Syria are now being subject to constant 'demonization'.
The former reporter clarified that the CNN channel manipulates and fabricates news and follows selectiveness when broadcasting news, stressing that the Channel receives money from the U.S. government and other countries' governments in exchange for news content.