Hillary Clinton Blamed For Libya Slave Trade
In case you’re unaware there’s a crisis going on in Libya. CNN broke a story reporting that migrants are selling Africans for slave labor in Libya based on firsthand news coverage captured on hidden cameras.
In a video clip first reported by the news outlet, two “big strong boys for farm work” were sold for the US equivalent of $800. In another, a young man named Victory, says he was sold at a slave auction while trying to escape the corruption in Nigeria.
After only making it to Libya, like a number of other Nigerians, Victory was captured, deprived of food and sold into day labor by smugglers.
And while the evidence filmed by CNN has now been handed over to the Libyan authorities, who’ve promised to launch an investigation, it’s also spurning criticism for Hillary Clinton.
Why? Glad you asked.
Hillary is catching hell because of the killing of Col. Moammar Gaddafi. that she spearheaded while she was Secretary of State. USA Today reports that chaos has ensued in Libya since Gaddafi’s death in 2011.
The publication reports that under President George W. Bush in 2003, the United States negotiated an agreement with Gaddafi where he would give up his weapons of mass destruction peacefully, and the U.S. promised not to kill him.
Later under the Obama administration, the U.S. didn’t stick to that promise and Gaddafi was killed under Hillary’s watch. She later jokingly said; “We came, we saw, he died.”
Ever since then there’s been civil war making conditions like the current one possible. USA Today also adds that there are doubts that North Korea’s Kim Jong Un will give up his nuclear weapons considering the U.S.’ actions towards Gaddafi.
Amidst the harrowing slave trade reports, a bit of good news happened overnight, hit the flip.