Every1 to @aceofspadeshq's TL right now. He's asking all the ?'s I wanna see the State Dept. get non-stop for the next month.—
Grumpier Than Thou (@drawandstrike) May 03, 2013
Just this week the FBI issued surveillance photos of some of the “protesters” outside the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, last Sept. 11. That, of course, was the protest that never was, inspired by that despicable and hateful YouTube video that practically no one had seen. We’ve heard more than a few people say that investigators should just “let it go” — the terrorist attack that killed four Americans “happened a long time ago” and, besides, the election is over and Obama won. What difference, at this point, does it make?
Some of the more curious out there just can’t help but wonder, though, just where all of that YouTube video business came from. Ace of Spades has posted a great analysis of the situation, based on a piece by the Weekly Standard’s Stephen Hayes, but just in case the State Department misses it there, Ace posted the highlights to Twitter. Who knows? Maybe someone in the news business will chance upon some of these questions and look into them.
Benghazi’s not going away, at least not this weekend.