Skip to comments.Clinton ally pens e-book: ‘The Benghazi Hoax’
Posted on 10/21/2013 1:54:13 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
Media Matters founder and Hillary Clinton ally David Brock has co-authored a 90-page e-book called The Benghazi Hoax, a tome intended as a counterweight of sorts to criticisms of the former Secretary of State and President Barack Obama over the 2012 attacks in Libya.
Brock previewed the book in an interview with POLITICO last week in the liberal groups Washington offices. He described it as an important and necessary resource on the Benghazi attacks that left four Americans dead last Sept. 11 and which some congressional Republicans have shown continued interest in probing.
Brock insisted the book is not intended as a de facto defense of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as she comes under scrutiny ahead of a likely 2016 presidential bid. Supporting the Clintons is a fraction of Media Matters mission, he said, and her role in the Benghazi attacks is not the sole focus of the book.
But the mere fact of the books existence is an acknowledgement that Benghazi will remain a topic of debate, and one that could harm Clinton with independent and center-right Republicans. And it comes as Brock-affiliated groups could fill an organizational void for Clinton, who has no machinery of her own beyond a handful of staffers since leaving the State Department.
The book, which comes out Tuesday, is as much about pushing back against criticisms by the right that Obama is a weak president who has hurt America in the world, Brock said.
Still, he added, there are six super PACs out there dedicated to trying to tarnish [Clintons] reputation.
(Excerpt) Read more at dyn.politico.com ...
She's the most effective,...without even trying.
Did he investigate that video on YouTube?
just as liberals hid the crimes of Stalin, they are still at it now at home.
Who cares what some turncoat faggie thinks?
David Brock has been a water-carrier for Hillary ever since she introduced him to his boyfriend.
so we look for it in the fiction section eh.
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