Now, we know that Susan Rice knew the talking points were changed before she read them on 5 tv shows. The State Department changed the CIA report they were given by scrubbing any mention of al Qaeda or terrorists attacking the consulate in Benghazi. Clinton and Rice knew that what Rice reported on five morning shows consisted of lies. Barack Obama knew that Rice was lying. Obama and Clinton carried the lies forward, and they intentionally misled the American people, over and over.
But, what difference does it make? What difference does it make if our President and his administration lie to the American people? Some pundits on the Left say that the truth is coming out, so it's not really a big deal. The system is working and America is a swell place where truth wins -- Obama and Clinton will now cooperate and get the information out to the people, so no harm, no foul. What difference does it make, if we finally get the information and something is done to fix the situation? It's okay Mr. Nixon, we corrected the situations which led to the break in, and now all the information is out, so forget about it -- what difference does the coverup make now? Just go back to work as President and forget about it.
Hillary has asked a question that challenges the American people. Does it make a difference? Does it matter if the President and Secretary of State lie to the American people? Does it matter that these lies hampered the FBI investigation and prevented us from capturing the murderers who killed the Ambassador and three heroes who tried to save him? Does it matter that Obama and Clinton tried to cover-up the lies? Obviously, most people on the Left, and many Centrist Republicans, believe it doesn't matter, that the truth makes no difference in politics unless the truth fits the political goals of those in power. Does the truth matter to the American people? That's the question. How strong are we? That's another pertinent question.