Liberals Rewrite History of CIA Interrogations (and 230 Years of US History)
See this in the Washington Post? Did you see this? “Report Finds Harsh CIA Interrogations Ineffective.” Now, wait. This is all part of what I’m telling you is going on as part of Obama’s transformation of this country and his effort to erase the good from everything in this nation’s past. Do you remember the CIA agent…? I loved this guy. Cookie, see if you can find this guy in the sound bite.
He was talking to Lesley Stahl on 60 Minutes, and she was outraged. “You mean we were waterboarding? The United States doesn’t do that!” And he said, “But we do. But we do,” and it worked. It’s one of my all-time favorite sound bites. Jose Rodriguez was his name. He’s retired. He’s written a book. He’s a hero. He got the goods from Khalid Sheikh Mohammed on 9/11 about what happened, who was behind it, who actually did it.
But the history rewrite now underway. “Report Finds Harsh CIA Interrogations Ineffective.” So where are we? Well, the Community Reinvestment Act had nothing to do with the mortgage meltdown. The government demanding that banks lend mortgage money to people who could never pay it back had nothing to do with the subprime mortgage crisis. That was all greedy bankers.