What difference does it make? A lot.
POSTED: Monday, December 30, 2013 - 7:37pm
UPDATED: Sunday, April 13, 2014 - 3:32pm
(KETK) — Many in Conservative media are refuting a report in the New York Times.
The Times is reporting that Al Qaeda had nothing to do with the attack on Benghazi back in 2012.
The Times is also reporting that the bad movie video helped spark the attack which killed four Americans.
In other words, move along. There is nothing to see here. Quit messing with this.
Congressional Committees have evidence Al Qeda did have ties to the deadly attack, but the old gray lady, the New York Times, all the news that is fit to print says otherwise.
The say their report came with exhaustive research.
Of course, many who are cynical, like me, smell something wrong.
Who was the Secretary of STate while all this was going on? Who said we'd get to the bottom of this?
Who, after being pressed on this and could not give an answer finally shrieked, "What difference does it make?"
Many think this love letter from the New York Times is nothing more than an effort to clear the deck for her presidential run in three years.
I am one of them.
If ridiculous reporting like this makes you crazy, find that mute button on the TV, becuase the Times will be the house organ for her run.
And reports like this, they're just warming up.
That's my point of view, what's yours?
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