Now, he said that last night, folks, and his White House had admitted before he went and appeared on this show yesterday that they now know that the Benghazi attacks were premeditated. It was preplanned two or three days in advance. In other words, the video had nothing to do with it, but he’s continuing to lie about this. The video had nothing to do with it. So it’s clear Obama thinks a majority of the people watching Letterman are absolute dunces. He thinks that they are absolute idiots.

And, by the way, the Los Angeles Times has a story today or yesterday. I kid you not on this. There’s a story, and I’m pretty sure it was the LA Times, that some experts are saying: You know, maybe this ought not be free speech to criticize a religion. It was the LA Times. Okay. They say maybe it ought not be free speech. I’m telling you, folks, we are headed in a totalitarian direction. We are headed there. No, it wasn’t Obama. It wasn’t regime people. It was academics, expert academics, some think tank or some university somewhere.

They said (summarized), “Maybe criticizing religion really ought not be considered free speech. If this is going to be the result, perhaps we should have limits on criticizing Islam.” Now, here’s Letterman asking, “Is this an act of war?” Remember, when he went out and addressed the nation after the death of the ambassador? When he finished, the first question from a reporter was, “Mr. President, is this an act of war?” And he turned his back on the press corps and walked out.

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