Jay Carney on Benghazi: ‘Let’s Be Clear. These Protests Were in Reaction to a Video’

Posted by on May 08, 2013 at 10:18 am

Let’s be clear. Three days after the Benghazi terror attacks Jay Carney was lying to the public on direct orders from his boss.

Protests. Not a terror attack. Protests.

Remember during a debate with Mitt Romney how outrageously outraged Obama was? Yeah, he was full of shit.

Meanwhile, the folks at MSNBC remain baffled how this is a story.

4 Responses to “Jay Carney on Benghazi: ‘Let’s Be Clear. These Protests Were in Reaction to a Video’”

  1. Blue Hen on 8/08/13 at 10:36 am

    What we need now if for MTgeoff to show up and tell us that this didn’t happen.

  2. lyle on 8/08/13 at 1:45 pm

    What we need now if for MTgeoff to show up and tell us that this didn’t happen

    Beg to differ, Blue Hen. He’d show up and lecture us that, despite his personal disagreement with the lying, this is all perfectly reasonable in context with every other administration in history attempting to contain information that may or may not be true.

  3. Frank Livingston on 13/13/13 at 8:40 am

    One day this question will be asked: “Is Obama using the Muslim Brotherhood to form a global Caliphate or are they using him to do so?” Either way, the Democrat Party is actively helping him while the RINO leadership/followers in the Republican Party are helping by either staying silent or bashing those in the House that has the guts to stand up and do their jobs.
    Why did Obama sign UN Resolution 16/18 and how is it going to help America? How does it affect our First amendment rights? It appears the UN is being dominated by Muslim nations i.e. Organization of Islamic Cooperation and OIC Secretary General, Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu. Why did Obama, Clinton, Rice, Petraeus and others push the YouTube video as the reason for the Benghazi murders?
    Go to YouTube and watch Stephen Coughlin, Part 5: The Role of the OIC in Enforcing Islamic Law
    “Over more than a decade following 9/11, Major Stephen Coughlin was one of the U.S. government’s most astute and objective analysts, and an expert on the connections between Islamic law, terrorism and the jihadist movement around the globe. Through knowledge of published Islamic law, Major Coughlin had a demonstrated ability to forecast events both in the Middle East and domestically and to accurately assess the future threat posture of jihadist entities before they happened. He has briefed at the Pentagon, for national and state law enforcement and intelligence agencies, and on Capitol Hill for Members of Congress. Today, he is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Policy. His book, Catastrophic Failure, will be released in late 2012.” http://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/2013/04/29/the-boston-attack-and-individual-jihad