Skip to comments.Klein Gobbles Obama's Benghazi Talking Points 'Like Thanksgiving Turkey'
Posted on 11/26/2012 6:17:57 AM PST by governsleastgovernsbest
At the end of Joe Klein's stupefying defense of Susan Rice and the Obama admin's misinformation campaign on the Benghazi outrage on today's Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough asked Time's Klein whether President Obama had invited him to play golf, "because you are just gobbling up the talking points like Thanksgiving turkey." H/t NB reader Carmel.
Here were some of Klein's astounding assertions: There are no unanswered questions about Benghazi. Ambassador Stevens had all the security he wanted. Rice's talking points were "absolutely accurate"--it was a spontaneous demonstration by extremists. Al qaeda was not involved in the attack. Not clear that reports from Stevens asking for more security exist.
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Obama admin toady Joe Klein claims Susan Rice talking points “entirely accurate.” Ping to Today show list.
No Way. propaganda is alive and well in the USA. Zero can do no wrong.
“What is right, is what Obama does!” If you ever read Berlin Diary, you would know I removed the 2 words that were originally there and inserted Obama’s name. We’ve become, a country run by emotion, not logic. I can not figure out how these idiots who claim it was a spontaneous attack, account for the indirect fire support, and the attack from 2 sides. All that as a result from a video that most people didn’t even know existed, and yet they were able to execute an combined attack so quickly? Spontaneous = Hogwash.
We have gotten to the point after this last election that the Democrats know they won’t be challenged by the MainStreamMedia on anything they say. Especially when uttered by third-rate, Democrat sycophants such as Joe Clown.
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