From The Hill.
The White House on Tuesday accused congressional Republicans of fabricating emails leaked to two different media organizations that suggested interest in scrubbing the Benghazi, Libya, talking points.
“Republicans who were leaking these emails that have been shared with Congress didn’t just do that. They decided to fabricate portions of an email, and make up portions of an email in order to fit a political narrative,” Carney said. “I’m not surprised by it because we’ve seen it again and again.”Both ABC News and The Weekly Standard reported last week that then-Deputy National Security Adviser for Strategic Communications Ben Rhodes wrote an email primarily concerned with the State Department’s suggested edits of the Benghazi talking points.
The email appeared to give credence to those who had suggested a greater White House involvement in scrubbing mentions of specific terrorist groups and prior CIA terror warnings from the final talking points distributed to administration officials and congressional leaders.
Carney keeps spinning the lie like a good little toady.
The exchange of emails between the officials in Obama’s regime clearly showed their knowledge of the link between the Benghazi attacks and Al Qaeda; State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said in an email to the White House and intelligence officials that, the CIA description “could be abused by members (of Congress) to beat up on the State Department for not paying attention to warnings.”
Carney had referred to the changes as “stylistic” in a press conference two days prior.
Were it not for the only right-leaning network in the media—Fox News—and a few conservative talk radio shows and right wing bloggers and pundits on the internet, the subterfuge by Obama and Hillary would never have seen the light of day.
The Obama regime has become a tragicomic episode in American history. Barack the Magic Negro has run out of the charm and political alchemy it takes to cover his fuckups.
- White House Claims Republicans ‘Doctored’ or ‘Fabricated’ Benghazi Emails. ABC’s Jonathan Karl Says They Didn’t. (pjmedia.com)