Now here's a surprise: the Dems story on this is different than King's.
Not that it would be unusual for King to lie when trying to attack Obama.
The CIA talking points are a source of controversy because U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice used them to describe the nature of the attack on CBS' "Face the Nation" and other shows on Sept. 16. Republicans have attacked Rice, who is considered a possible nominee to replace Hillary Clinton as secretary of state, for suggesting the attack was the result of spontaneous protests.
CBS News obtained the CIA talking points given both to Rice and members of the House intelligence committee on Sept. 15, and they make no specific reference to "terrorism" being a likely factor in the assault. However, they did indicate that "extremists participated in the violent demonstrations."
From The Hill:
House Intelligence Committee ranking member Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md.) said Petraeus told lawmakers on Friday that the CIA felt in the first 24 hours that the attack was the result of a protest over the anti-Islamic YouTube video.
But Ruppersberger also said that the CIA felt it was a terrorist attack from the beginning, because there were extremists and some al Qaeda affiliates involved. "It’s all about your perception and the information that you receive," Ruppersberger told reporters.
Within those first 24 hours?
Of course not.
When was the CIA memo stating it was terrorism drafted and sent to the White House?
Before or after Susan Rice was told to go in front of the cameras?
The CIA director testified that the memo that was prepared made specific references to a terrorist act, without any mentions of any video.
yet the memo Rice saw and promoted said the opposite.
Who edited it?
Who told potential rescuers to stand down and let our people die. Clearly it was Obama.
That murderous pig.
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