Benghazi Perp Set Up to Blame Video
I want him to talk about the gun running operation.
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We’ve arrested one of the perpetrators of the attack on the consulate in Benghazi. And now that we’ve done that — you know this guy’s gonna get a lawyer. He’s gonna get a Regime lawyer. He’s gonna get an Obama donor lawyer.
And let me ask you a question. If the trial ever happens, let me ask you, Mr. Snerdley, do you think that an Obama administration prosecutor will aggressively try to prove the video was a phony excuse used by Obama to win an election? No way, right? No way whatsoever. The government itself prosecuting the guy will not say that the video was a trumped up excuse.
This terrorist SOB, I can guarantee you, is gonna say that the president and the secretary of state and Susan Rice were all right, that the video was despicable and it was an offense against Islam and it’s what made us all mad, it’s why we did it, and that’s gonna come out in the trial. Mark my words. He’s gonna say he was just defending his religion of peace. He might even say the future does not belong to those who slander the prophet. Well, Obama said that, Cairo speech, have you forgotten that? Obama said the future does not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam. He said one of the greatest sounds he’s ever heard is the call to morning prayer.
So this guy, here’s a picture. He looks like Justin Bieber a little bit, with a beard. This guy has a built-in defense. “The president, the secretary of state, Susan Rice, I saw those Sunday shows. They’re exactly right, that video, I can’t tell you how it ticked us all off. We were talking about it that morning. That video made us so mad.” And then right there on the witness stand he said the future does not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam. We got this one guy right now, isn’t it amazing, we got this one guy, the media found this guy a year ago. CNN, the New York Times did interviews with the guy, knowing what he was, knowing that he was one of the perps, a year ago.
In fact, there’s a sound bite. Here, grab number 11. Jen Psaki, who is the spokesperson at the State Department, this during the daily brief yesterday. James Rosen of Fox News said, “You stated that we should not be surprised that a suspected terrorist might more readily agree to show up for an interview with a reporter than he or she for a scheduled meeting with Special Forces.” This is classic, because the media did interview the guy. And they asked the State Department, “Oh, it’s totally understandable that a suspect would more readily agree to an interview with a reporter than with our Special Forces.” They actually said that, so Rosen is reminding her of that, and then says, “Respectfully, I submit to you that that is not properly framing the question. The question being put to you, it seems to me, is why US Special Forces couldn’t have an unscheduled meeting?” Why couldn’t they just find the guy?