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White House Finally Admits: There Was No Protest in Benghazi

wpeeters Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 1:44 AM
And why, I ask, are these people still employed?Rice, Carney, AxelRodent and all. I think it's crystal clear who is responsible, you little weasel, who are you trying to fool still? Are cover ups and deliberate deceits no longer punishable? Plus, impeachment of this joke of a president, a pathetic lier and con man. Who decided to do away with justice anyway? If it had been a Republican president, he would have been in chains by now after Reid and Peelousy screamed for his head to roll from the Senate floor. But the Democratic mob sticks together to protect each other like a pack of hyenas.

During the White House daily press briefing this afternoon, Press Secretary Jay Carney finally admitted there was no protest outside of the U.S. consulate in Benghazi on 9/11 when pressed by reporters on the issue.

“There was no protest outside of the Benghazi facility,” Carney said.

Carney also continued the White House's full defense of UN Ambassador Susan Rice on the subject, saying she is a "principle" part of President Obama's foreign policy team and that focusing on the argument she used on Sunday shows won't help get to the bottom of what happened in Benghazi on 9/11.