Benghazi? Low-Info America is Watching Jodi Arias and the Cleveland Kidnapping


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Not much going on out there today, folks. There really isn’t very much. The big news continues to be the Jodi Arias verdict and the guys in Cleveland, the alternative lifestyle guys. The Benghazi hearings, you may have heard about them. They’re taking place in Washington. You may not have heard about the Benghazi hearings, actually. It’s just the Republicans’ latest attempt to politicize a highly successful Obama administration policy. And once again the Republicans are showing that about all they have is their partisan chops, nothing really to see here. Jay Carney at the White House, the spokesman, says nothing really going on.

In fact, at Yahoo News, which is a favored news site for low-information voters, they have one story on Benghazi. What they do, they basically publish the feeds from ABC and AP and Reuters, that’s what they do in general, not just Benghazi, but that’s Yahoo News, ABC, AP, and Reuters. And the one story on Benghazi at Yahoo News has the headline: “Democrats: GOP Fails to Show Scandal in Benghazi Deaths.”

So if you are a low-information voter and you go get your news at Yahoo, what you know is that the Republicans are just trying to find some scandal there, trip up our poor president, and they failed. There is no scandal in the deaths there. The White House is still claiming the Republicans are trying to politicize the tragedy in Benghazi. Of course, you see, the White House never politicizes anything. Straightforward, right down the middle, trying to help people, from the Tucson shooting to the Trayvon Martin shooting, to super storm Sandy, to the Aurora and Newtown shootings, they don’t politicize anything at the regime.



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