Lies, more lies, and absolute lies.
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Wednesday night, the White House dumped 94 emails that only in part help to explain how top administration officials in the White House, FBI, and State, helped to shape the CIA talking points that would serve to set up a false White House narrative surrounding the terror attacks in Benghazi for almost two weeks. Missing from those,emails, though, is the record of a teleconference where the final decision on the edits were made.
The bottom line is that the emails alone prove the White House has not been telling the truth about the role the Obama Administration took in the editing process. For months the White House (via spokesman Jay Carney) has repeatedly claimed that the Administration (which includes the State Department) only made one “stylistic” edit.
That is clearly not true.
What is now clear is that top administration officials, especially in the State Department, were deeply involved in convincing the CIA to water down the talking points to where they were both wholly inaccurate and beneficial to a president sixty-days from an election who had just assured the American people he had al-Qaeda on the run.