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Benghazi proven to be a cya for Obamao's reelection


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The scandal slowly grows into reality.


Libs love lib politicians lying.


They hate conservative politicians lying.


Most of America hates all politicians who lie.



A recently uncovered email now proves what many Americans have long suspected and the Obama administration has vehemently denied.
The “talking points” provided to Susan Rice that the 9/11/12 attacks on our Benghazi facilities were the result of a reaction to an anti-Islamic video were fabricated solely to insulate the president from potential blame.
Under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), Judicial Watch has uncovered the email between Ben Rhodes, then-White House deputy strategic communications adviser, to a dozen White House insiders, including White House Press Secretary Jay Carney and then-White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer.
The email conclusively reveals that the talking points were designed to prevent implications that the attacks were the result of Obama policy failures. As reported by The Washington Times, the email states, in part…
“Goal: To underscore that these protests are rooted in [an] Internet video and not a broader failure or policy.
We’ve made our views on this video crystal clear. The United States government had nothing to do with it. We reject its message and its contents. We find it disgusting and reprehensible. But there is absolutely no justification at all for responding to this movie with violence. And we are working to make sure that people around the globe hear that message.”
In the email, Mr. Rhodes also advises key White House and administration officials to make sure they presented Mr. Obama as “steady and statesmanlike” whenever speaking of the crisis.
Another “goal,” he said, in his email, was to “reinforce the president and administration’s strength and steadiness in dealing with difficult challenges,” Judicial Watch reports.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said the latest email proves that the White House’s main concern in the wake of the Benghazi attack that left four Americans dead was the President’s image – more than reporting the truth.
“Now we know that Obama White House’s chief concern about the Benghazi attack was making sure that President Obama looked good,” he said in a statement.
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Poor Heckmeister. Kept denying, and denying, and denying, and denying....


and woodypeckerhead kept humping his virtual leg by also denying, and denying,

and denying, and ...


it's true. Been tied to the WH. A fraud that was put out there, to

protect Obamao's reelection.


More dangerous in principle than Watergate. And that's bad.

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Strange. I remember some lib friends who were stunned about watergate,

they said it made for a horrifying precedent.


Now libs don't give a crap.

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