Obama’s acolytes still hiding real story on Benghazi
To the editor:
The media’s large corps of Barack Obama’s zealous operatives, hereinafter BOZOS, is at it again. In the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2012, murders at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, Barack Obama and company, hereinafter BOAC (not to be confused with the Beatles’ favorite airline) told a number of bald-faced lies concerning the attacks that had occurred. The lies were told with mindfulness by BOAC that many in the U.S. populace, within hours of the attacks, were beginning to puzzle out the truth about what had happened in celebration of radical Islam’s day of destiny.
The lies never took, at least not wholly. They were, per usual, readily accepted by BOAC’s mindless acolytes and easily swayed idolaters. Aware of all the skepticism surrounding the bumbling effort of Susan Rice to deceive the nation on behalf of BOAC, the BOZOS tried a different tactic. It began to be suggested that Benghazi was merely one of a number of minor matters, including BOAC’s tapping of AP reporter phones and the attorney general possibly seeking criminal charges against a reporter, that were distracting from the important business of the country and its government.
This tactic also gained little traction. The latest attempts by BOZOS to discredit those who would dare to present a view of what happened in Benghazi that is uncomplimentary, to put it mildly, to BOAC involve the suggestions that impartial investigatory information by reliable agencies support BOAC. These organizations are seen here as selective, but in no way reliable or impartial, at least not for the American people.
Lara Logan was suspended from CBS News for a “60 Minutes” offering that included false representations by a would be profiteer, hoping to look the hero while reaping profits from a book about 9/11/12 in Benghazi. The FBI told the New York Times (head BOZO in my view) that the profiteer had told the FBI a different tale. This allowed the Times, Huffington Post and various other BOZOS to say that Logan’s work was “discredited.”