By Doug Hagman, Canada Free Press:
Both sources agreed that it is difficult to speculate whether Petraeus decided to extract himself from the leverage that the controversy had over him by the Obama regime on his terms, or whether his resignation was conducted solely by the terms of the Obama regime. Otherwise, both sources agreed that his resignation would buy the administration some valuable time, and the change in status of Petraeus as the active CIA director would also have an effect on the manner in which he is required to provide testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee. The change of status, from an active CIA official and government, to a citizen bound by far reaching , would change his ability to testify before the committee. “He can also lawyer-up,” added one source.
According to another CIA source, the resignation of Christopher Kubasik, president and CEO-elect of defense and aerospace company Lockheed Martin, announced on the same day as Petraeus, might have ties to the events at. “There is a relationship between Lockheed Martin and the defense department, as well as the CIA, that ties into in Turkey and Syria. This is particularly relevant in the operation taking place in Benghazi and when investigation into where the ‘black-ops’ went. Don’t forget, Congress appropriated money, at the behest of Obama, for humanitarian aid, not weapons.”
Like Petraeus, Kubasik cited an “inappropriate relationship” for his resignation. “The timing is beyond coincidental, and the operation much too big for this to be merely coincidental.”
Both intelligence sources interviewed for this report agree that there is an exceptional cover-up campaign taking place. “All roads lead to Benghazi, and this cover-up is exponentially bigger than anything we’vein Watergate and the Iran-Contra Affair combined. The people are being lied to at every turn, and the Obama administration has become emboldened by the election results and a disinterested media.”