Obama Administration Hit By Cries of 'Cover-up' on Libya
September 28, 2012 • 9:41AM

Charges of "cover-up" are now hitting the Obama Administration from many sides, over the Administration's lies about the attack in Benghazi Sept. 11. Still singled out are Susan Rice, for her Sept. 16 repeated TV lies that the attack was a "spontaneous" protest; Jay Carney and others, who only belatedly admitted that "terrorism" is involved; and lastly, Hillary Clinton, who only yesterday made a weak reference to Al Qaeda and the attack, and prior to that, gave a contentless briefing to Congress Sept. 20.

Clinton spoke in New York City Sept. 26, to foreign leaders, on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly, saying that the Al Qaeda affiliate in Islamic Mahgreb is "working with other violent extremists to undermine the democratic transitions underway in North Africa, as we tragically saw in Benghazi."

* Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.): "This is turning into something not short of Benghazi-gate." Speaking on Fox News today, Corker said, "This has now turned into a very bi-partisan concern. There has to be something that they're trying to hide or cover up. This is just not the norm. This is way out of the norm, what is happening in this case."

* "The Libya Debacle: The More We Learn, the More Benghazi Looks Like a Gross Security Failure," is today's editorial in the Wall Street Journal. The piece reviews the shifting White House stories, the failure to provide proper security to the Benghazi consulate, and other facts, then concludes: "Four Americans lost their lives in Benghazi in a terrorist attack that evidence suggests should have been anticipated and might have been stopped. Rather than accept responsibility, the Administration has tried to stonewall and blame others. Congress should call hearings to hold someone accountable for this debacle."

* Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor. He said on FOX News this morning, that the Obama administration has engaged in a "cover-up" of the nature of the Benghazi terrorist attack, saying that the cover-up is to protect the failed Obama policies in the Middle East. He used the phrase "cover-up" a half-dozen times, while offering two explanations: 1) Obama is too busy campaigning to pay attention; 2) he does not understand extremist Islamic terrorism.

Fox News prefaced their interview with Giuliani, by reprising the Obama Administration instances of lies about the attack.