As the current administration, as well as all those responsible, continue to fend off questions regarding the recently released email detailing the intentional lies, it appears as though some were prepared a little better than others. During a recent interview with Fox News, former National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor responded to one question by saying, “Dude, this was like two years ago.”
Apparently there’s a statute of limitations for neglectfully allowing the deaths of two Americans and then lying to cover it up – and that’s a whole two years.
Seeming inconvenienced to even be there, Vietor exude a sort of irritated mindset as he pranced through the interview without any real precise answers. Heard saying the likes of that he, “believes so,” Vietor made sure not to set anything in stone.
As Bret Baier tried to get a more definitive response from the irked guest, he, at one point, asked, “You don’t remember?” Vietor revealed his callused attitude on the matter – probably on account of the constant (and justified) berating from the press over the years – saying, “Dude, this was like two years ago. We’re still talking about the most mundane process … we’re talking about the process of editing talking points. That’s what bureaucrats do all day long.”
(See also: Benghazi Cover-Up Exposed In Leaked Email)
Vietor’s response pretty much sums up the mentality of the current administration when it comes to Benghazi – dude.
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