President Obama won't condemn Attorney General Eric Holder for spying on reporters and now, he's tapped Benghazi YouTube video liar Susan Rice to serve as a top security adviser.
President Barack Obama plans to appoint Susan Rice as his national security adviser, replacing Tom Donilon, who is resigning, in a major shift to the White House's foreign policy team.
Obama plans to make the appointment, first reported by the New York Times, later on Wednesday. He will also fill Rice's current position, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
It's no surprise Rice is getting a promotion. After all, she served as a good foot soldier for the Obama administration when she went in five Sunday talk shows five days after the attack and lied about a YouTube video. As a reminder:
We know a YouTube video was never part of the equation the night of the attack. Acting Libyan Ambassador and whistleblower Greg Hicks called former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at 2 a.m. from Libya and said, "We were under attack." Hicks told Congress under oath that a YouTube video was a "non-event" in Libya. A lack of security was one of the main reasons why the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was attacked on 9/11. Many security requests were sent to the State Department and Clinton but were repeatedly denied.
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