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by on April 30, 2014

How much more proof of an orchestrated cover-up do even the Zombies need?!
Enough dicking around with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumb!! … it’s high time to ship Hillary off to Bedford Hills and Obama to ADX Florence!!

In the e-mail, obtained by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act request, deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes lists “goals” for then-U.N. ambassador Susan Rice to explain the attack and protests occurring across the Middle East that week to the American public.
Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans died in the assault, which the White House subsequently acknowledged was an al-Qaeda-linked attack.
The e-mail said one goal was “to underscore that these protests are rooted in an Internet video, and not a broader failure of policy.” Another goal was “to reinforce the president and administration’s strength and steadiness in dealing with difficult challenges.”
During appearances on news programs, Rice blamed the Sept.11, 2012, attack on a protest against an anti-Islam video produced by an American. So did Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. President Obama did not call it a terrorist attack until days later.
The CIA station chief in Libya reported from the outset that the attack was al-Qaeda-linked and there was no protest.
Republicans claim the story originated in the White House so as not to contradict Obama’s re-election campaign claim that al-Qaeda was on its heels.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., called the e-mail “a smoking gun” that points to White House efforts “to shape the story.” Rather than have Rice provide “the best information that was available,” the administration’s goal was “to put a political stance on a disaster six weeks before an election,” he said.
Bernadette Meehan, spokeswoman for the White House National Security Council, said Rhodes’ e-mail contains general talking points on unrest spreading throughout the Middle East and North Africa at the time.
“There were protests taking place across the region in reaction to an offensive Internet video, so that’s what these points addressed,” Meehan said.

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