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THIS IS BS: Word Not Found In NYT 5500 Word Hillary Profile, ‘Benghazi’

By Clash Daily / 25 January 2014 / 4 Comments


by JOHN NOLTE 24 Jan 2014, Breitbart

Friday, the venerable New York Times Magazine published a mammoth 5500-plus word profile of Hillary Clinton and the world around her. It is titled “Planet Hillary,” and two words you will not find on this mammoth planet are “Libya” and “Benghazi.”

The Times’ exhaustive look at Hillary — her past, present, future, and those around her — just didn’t have the room to mention the four Americans left dead in Benghazi because Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s State Department failed to protect them despite more flags than you’ll see flying in the Kremlin.

Well, as the saying goes, “What difference at this point does it make?”

This should come as no surprise. After all, this is the same New York Times that justreleased a lengthy Benghazi report that found what no one on Planet Reality has ever found, including the Obama Administration and a bipartisan report from the Senate Intelligence Committee: All the lies Hillary told to cover her tragic incompetence were in fact true.

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Read more at http://clashdaily.com/2014/01/bs-word-found-nyt-5500-word-hillary-profile-benghazi/#fjsWeJVs25oKbo4x.99
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