Friday, November 02, 2012

"Grabbing arguments of convenience"

Hugh Hewitt interview Donald Rumsfeld, and asks him if there is a cover-up going on regarding the events in Benghazi: HH: Is there a cover up, in your opinion, underway, Mr. Secretary? DR: Oh, I don’t see how you could, anyone who understands the English language, could come up with any other characterization. It is, without question, a case of people being uncomfortable with the truth, grabbing arguments of convenience that seem to fit the narrative they’d like the American people to believe, and then finding that people don’t like that out there, that there’s someone in the CIA said well, wait a minute, we didn’t tell anyone to stand down. And all of a sudden, that contradicts what the White House is putting out. And then the intelligence agency looks at it and says well, no, it wasn’t spontaneous. We had warnings that al Qaeda affiliates were active in the area. And piece by piece, it comes out. You know the old story in Washington. It’s not what you do, it’s the cover up that counts. Read more here:

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