BREAKING: CBS News suppressed 60 Minutes video to protect Obama on Benghazi, Libya

Family Security Matters

There’s no way to spin this – it’s pure, unadulterated, blatantly  obvious  media bias, in which information extremely damaging to Barack  Obama was kept  from the public, to protect the President at a moment of  crisis.

CBS News has finally revealed the full contents of the   interview Barack Obama gave to Steve Kroft of “60 Minutes” on September  12,  2012 – the day after the terrorist attack in Benghazi, which the  President and  his people would go on to misrepresent as a “spontaneous  protest” for weeks, in  addition to stonewalling every inquiry into their  handling of consular security  before and during the attack.

CBS kept crucial moments from the discussion of Benghazi in this  interview  buried for five weeks, at which point they released a section  that many  observers thought was damaging to Obama, but others cited as  evidence that he  wasn’t really lying about the nature of the attack,  because he always knew it  was a terrorist strike.  (Why anyone would  think that an unaired  interview segment nobody outside of CBS News saw would somehow  exonerate Obama from charges of lying to the public remains a mystery.)

But it turns out CBS was still playing games.  They withheld one more  little snippet of that interview until yesterday, and  the  last piece of the puzzle invalidates efforts to use the previous  dribbles of  information from the “60 Minutes” memory hole to build an  “Obama always said  this was terrorism” narrative.  Here, for the very  first time – 53 days  after the interview occurred – is the full exchange  between Steve Kroft and  Barack Obama:

KROFT: Mr. President, this morning you went out of your way to avoid  the use of the word terrorism in connection with the Libya Attack, do  you believe that this was a terrorism attack?


ALSO:  What President Obama really said in that ’60  Minutes’ interview about Benghazi CLICK TO READ  BLOG by Bret Baier

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