Friday, May 2, 2014
Thanks to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit from the group Judicial Watch, the "most transparent administration in history" has grudgingly coughed up a copy of an email from White House aide Ben Rhodes in which he pushed Susan Rice to go on the Sunday news shows days after the terrorist attack in Benghazi...and blame everything on a ridiculous Internet video rather than any "failure of policy" on the part of Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton.
But according to White House spokesweasel Jay Carney, "the e-mail and the talking points were not about Benghazi. They were about the general situation in the Muslim world."
In other words, following the terrorist attack in Benghazi and the brutal murders of four Americans including a U.S. ambassador, Susan Rice was sent out to the news shows with talking points prepared under the assumption that journalists on five different networks would be eager to chat about "the general situation in the Muslim world," and none would think to ask her "what in the name of holy hell just happened in Benghazi?!"
Frankly, we'd like to write more about this topic, but we've got blood spurting out of our ears and our teeth that are cracking under the strain of not saying aloud what we think should be done with Barry, Hillary, Carney and the rest of the liars who gave cover to terrorists and betrayed our dead in order to win an election.