If the Benghazi investigations before the House Oversight and Reform Committee prove anything it’s that we all live in a world dominated by talking points as victims of a world dominated by government and media lies.
It was “talking points” that gave oxygen to the Big Lie that an unwatched anti-Islamic YouTube was responsible for the terrorist attack in Benghazi which took the lives of four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.
When former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton yelled “What difference does it make”, she knew at heart that the Obama regime was already making sure Benghazi wouldn’t matter.
We bridled at her hissy fit, not seeing through the unshakeable confidence she brought to the congressional hearing that came from knowing the lies told to the American people would never be redressed in any meaningful way.
How can Benghazi be made to matter if the Fundamental Transformation of America can’t be made to matter?
Less than one month ago, five living presidents and their wives stood on a Dallas, Texas podium listening to the US Army chorus sing the iconic Battle Hymn of the Republic during the launch of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum. President Barack Obama yakked away to Barbara Bush during much of the five-minute-12-second rendition. Standing off to the far left of the podium, Michelle Obama wore her trademark scowl. Hillary preened from behind her husband’s shoulder. Not a single one of the American hierarchy noted the deliberate decline of America under Obama’s promised transformation of what has long been the greatest nation on Earth.
Talk about bipartisanship in viewable action!
Legions of hopeful patriots followed the sworn testimony of courageous Greg Hicks, Eric Nordstrom and Mark Thompson at the committee investigating the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, yesterday.
But as far as justice is concerned the truth of Benghazi has already been safely relegated to the “What difference does it make” category.
Now that the fearless trio have come forward to put the truth before the American public, what means are in place to bring Obama, Clinton and Susan Rice to justice?
Barack Obama who came into public office as junior Illinois senator riding the coattails of a scandal from the unsealed divorce papers of his selected quarry and who went on to become president without any proof of who he really is will continue to be president for at least the next three and a half years.
Polls post Benghazi have shown Hillary topping presidential popularity lists.
Susan Rice, on the public teat ever since the Clinton administration, is still the US Ambassador to the UN.
We are all celebrating today a release of the truth we knew from the get-go.
So overjoyed at the truth making an ever-so-brief visit to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, we even take heart that the Washington Post admits in an op-ed piece the day after that Barack Obama lied.
That it’s the Washington Post finally weighing in, surely a textbook 101 of “what difference does it make”.
Meanwhile both the government’s talking points and congressional talking about Benghazi rather than finding the way to do something about it, will never bring closure.
It is not the talking points and talking it up that matter, but finding justice for four courageous Americans left to die horrific deaths by a government that lives by its lies.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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