by Ian Mosley
One of the privileges that Jewish people have in this society is to say out loud certain things which the rest of us are forbidden to say, and so discuss in public certain facts and ideas which none of the rest of us are allowed to discuss.
Technically we are supposed to have Free Speech in this country, but when a Gentile says anything politically incorrect, the Jews try to get him fired from his job and the Jewish-owned media calls him every name in the book, not to mention -on some occasions- inciting Blacks and Latinos to attack the individual, who dared to speak out.
An article on Realclearpolitics.com reports “Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer reacts to Hillary Clinton’s handling of the House Select Committee on Benghazi hearing:”
“That’s it. They knew it was a terror attack. They got it from Gregory Hicks, who was on the ground in Tripoli who told them that. He had ended up demoted in the State Department for having transgressed against the Secretary. And yet they go ahead, they put Susan Rice on that weekend. And tell a tale that is completely false. Spontaneous demonstration, out of control, etcetera, of the video. I think that’s where the emphasis ought to be.”
“I think A.B. Stoddard is right. The judge [Andrew Napolitano] said there are three audiences, the main audience that matters, unless she’s indicted, is the people. American people watching this. They don’t care about Sidney Blumenthal. She had her way, when she lowered her voice, and talked about the sleepless nights, it was a gripping performance, which is the way I would put it so I can remain neutral on this. But showing that she really cared, etcetera or at least giving that impression. And that’s what’s going to be shown.”
It will not, however, be believed. Americans have at least gotten beyond the stage where we will believe anything Hillary Clinton says.
Krauthammer continues “And the only thing that’s going to be shown on the committee other than that, in the clips is going to be that Trey Gowdy interchange with Elijah Cummings. Which of course is conflict reality TV. And a nice little bit of heat. We’re not going to get the contradictions, we’re not going to get the facts, we’re not going to get the real story underlying it. We’re living in an age where what you say and its relation with the facts is completely irrelevant as we see in the presidential campaign. And it’s carrying over into the hearings.”
“We’re living in an age where what you say and its relation with the facts is completely irrelevant …”
At least the Benghazi investigation is casting a cloud over Hillary, and reminding people that a US ambassador was killed by Muslim radicals, not long after Obama-supported rebels overthrew Gadaffi, who was at least maintaining order and behaving himself. The ambassador had asked repeatedly for added protection, which Hillary and Obama did not provide.
The story that the Benghazi attack was caused by a youtube video that no one had ever seen, was put out by Obama and Hillary to cover their butts. It was a lie, and should not distract people from the “Arab spring” insurgencies that Obama was supporting, which destabilized several stable Arab countries and opened the door for ISIS, whether intentionally or not.
Hillary was Secretary of State and she should have realized that Obama’s schemes in the Middle East would lead to disaster and she should have talked him out of them. Hillary shares the blame for Obama’s disastrous Middle East policy and her inaction before the Benghazi attack left her with blood on her hands. The liberal media however wants us to feel sorry for Hillary because she’s being picked on by those mean Republicans. Too bad the media didn’t have the same concern for Ambassador Stevens.