White House update on the Benghazi debacle
As pressure continues to mount on the White House regarding the 9/11 Benghazi security debacle which left four Americans dead including Ambassador Chris Stevens, new deputy White House spokesman Douché struck back at Administration critics.
The emergency hire of Douché comes as the Benghazi story has continually worsened for the Administration, especially given the recovered diary of the deceased American Ambassador which revealed myriad, continuing, and unanswered security threats to the Benghazi mission.
In an unusual attempt to change the subject away from the Administration’s foreign policy failures, Douché suggested that Ambassador Stevens lied to his diary, offering the following: “While the tragedy in Benghazi is a sad statement regarding the insensitivity of Americans, Coptic Christians, and especially Mormons towards Islam, a religion of peace, even more sad is the fact Ambassador Stevens felt compelled to lie to his own diary. Why would he do such a transparently dishonest thing?”
Follow-up questions from the White House press corps centered on President Obama’s upcoming Halloween party and his scheduled appearance on the Cartoon Network show Space Ghost Coast to Coast.
Douché, who also continues to appear on MSNBC, write for Time, and ghost write for Farside Zakira at Newsweak, has already finished his presidential debate analysis over thirty hours in advance of tomorrow’s debates. Read it here.
(Philup Nubia and Zerxes Jones-Smith from PMNS’s Mumbai Information, Research, and Translation Service enclave contributed to this article.)