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Charles Krauthammer Says Americans Now Have the ‘Smoking Document’ in Benghazi Scandal

Posted on July 19, 2014 | 4 Comments
 

Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer on Tuesday said the American people have the “smoking document” that proves the Obama administration took part in a cover up in the aftermath of the deadly Benghazi terrorist attacks.

Judicial Watch has released newly declassified emails that suggest top-ranking Obama administration officials coordinated in 2012 to make it appear that the deadly attacks on the U.S. facilities in Libya were sparked by an “Internet video” and not “a broader failure or policy.”



“It is in conflict with what we’ve been told, with what Jay Carney has been saying,” Krauthammer said of the revelations. “And that is, their story has always been this stuff call came from the CIA, from intelligence so it was completely clean.”

Krauthammer noted that former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell testified that he had never brought up the video as a possible motivator for the Benghazi attacks.

“We now have the smoking document, which is the White House saying: ‘We’re pushing the video because we don’t want to blame it on the failure of our policies,’” he added. “This undermines the whole narrative, therefore they have to invent the video. So I think this is extremely important.”

Krauthammer predicted the mainstream media will once again fail to properly look into the latest developments in the Benghazi saga, which will make things very difficult to progress.

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Yes, but the media will hardly lift their heads from their nap-time and cookies.  Washington will never pull on the same end of the rope for the good of the country.  And, the American public will continue to go about looking at their smartphone video games.
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Yes, but the media will hardly lift their heads from their nap-time and cookies.  Washington will never pull on the same end of the rope for the good of the country.  And, the American public will continue to go about looking at their smartphone video games.

Exactly.
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Now, I watch it all with sad resignation. Americans are signing up for some very, very hard lessons.


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