Hillary loves throwing around that phrase: “conspiracy theories”. She is using it just the way the CIA intended in its 1967 memo outlining how the label could be used to discredit Americans who did not believe in the ridiculous lone assassin/magic bullet theory the agency helped concoct to explain away JFK’s murder.
Starting back in the day with the “vast right-wing conspiracy,” Hillary’s new go-to defense of anything that implicates her in scandalous and/or criminal behavior is that it’s all just a conspiracy theory, as if conspiracies don’t happen and aren’t the stuff that makes up her every waking moment on this planet.
Now her campaign is claiming the newly released 800-page Benghazi report is filled with “discredited conspiracy theories” (although they would not say anything specific).
An addendum to the report points out that not only did Hillary “fail to lead,” but that she failed to protect her people, she did not attempt to rescue them, and Hillary along with the rest of the Obama administration did not cooperate with the investigation. But anyone who remembers the lies about blaming the whole thing on a spontaneous riot following an anti-Muslim video (lies the Obama administration came up with to begin with) already knew this.
Meanwhile, shockingly (that’s sarcasm) the Democrat’s rebuttal report absolves their precious presidential candidate of any blame whatsoever for the attacks or the lack of security to protect the ambassador who asked Secretary of State Hillary repeatedly for a year beforehand for more security over… and over… and over.
At a campaign event in Denver, Hillary said, “I think it’s pretty clear it’s time to move on.”
Yes. After all… what difference at this point does it make?
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