Apparently after three months of intense State Department investigation into who could’ve possibly edited out the part in former State Dept. Spokeswoman Jen Psaki’s press conference where she admitted government officials lied about the Iran deal to get public support, the department couldn’t get to the bottom of how it happened or why anyone would do it.
The video is obviously edited. It’s shorter than the press conference physically was and people were there who remembered the question. We’re talking months of investigating which included interviews with 30 witnesses, and the State Department just couldn’t seem to figure out if the edit “was done with malicious intent” or not.
That’s the official story.
You have to watch this one for yourself. It’s such a long and ridiculous official response that a reporter actually flat out told State Department spokesman John Kirby, “It seems like such a ridiculous explanation it shocks me that you’re actually providing it.”
Reporter to John Kirby: “It seems like such a ridiculous explanation it shocks me that you’re actually providing it”https://t.co/typHndIq1Q
— CSPAN (@cspan) August 18, 2016
Let’s hope that’s not really true… for their sake. Because if it was, it would mean they are lucky they can tie their own shoelaces without accidentally killing themselves.
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