Monday, December 30, 2013

Benghazi Survivors: NY Times Report is "Complete Baloney"

Hat tip Breitbart

Talk about putting toothpaste back into the tube. Never mind what the people on the ground have said about the Benghazi attack. Never mind that the administration itself has owned up to the attack being carried out by terrorists after first trying to float the lie that it was the act of protesters upset over a video. The New York Times "knows better". Their report that reverts back to the video protest is being met with outrage from those who were actually present. Adam Housley of Fox News reports:

1 comment:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Well, unlike everyone else sounding off, in and out of congress and the administration, the New York Times reporters went out and interviewed everyone who would talk to them.

The administration won't like the fact that the report shows their grasp on local intelligence was more hopeful than precise.

The Republicans in congress won't like the fact that the report fails to provide any support for their knee-jerk fantasies about what would have given them a chance to win the 2012 elections if voters found their tales credible.

As for "people who were there," obviously they don't ALL say "baloney," some of them were interviewed for the report. But people in government, civilian or military, like all the rest of us citizens, are a bunch of opinionated characters who will sound off in support of whatever they believed before it ever happened. People who "were there" know what was right in front of their nose. They don't have "the big picture," no individual who was at their post doing their duty does. All honor to the great silent majority of people who "were there" who know the difference.