Skip to comments.White House holds 'deep background' Benghazi briefing
Posted on 05/12/2013 6:20:50 AM PDT by Bender2
White House holds 'deep background' Benghazi briefing
by DYLAN BYERS
5/10/13 1:54 PM EDT
The White House held a "deep background" briefing with reporters on Friday afternoon to discuss recent revelations about the Benghazi investigation, sources familiar with the meeting tell POLITICO.
The meeting was conducted on "deep background," according to White House spokesman Josh Earnest, but sources told POLITICO that the existence of the meeting was "off the record." The meeting began around 12:45 p.m. and postponed the daily, on-the-record White House press briefing until mid-afternoon.
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Hummmm, "deep background" they say... but we got the outtakes from the off-the-record one given to CNN--
I am going to turn this over to Jay... so I can have deniability with complete and total immunity--
Okay, here is what you need to do and say... to make this go away?
Now, Jay, can't I just do what I did to Romney in the debates... lie my ass off?
If you have the strength to move all that fat... do just that, Candy.
Can we play... the race card, Jay?
Hell yes, Roland! They are Republicans bringing up these questions... and we always make anything they say racist--
And don't forget to turn anything the Republicans say... as also being anti-gay and lesbian.
Nancy is so right... we have to keep our gay folk in lockstep in putting this Benghazi crap back in the closet.
Oh, Jay! "Benghazi crap back in the closet--" I... just love your gay humor!
Yes, yes, yes! That's funny... so, so funny!
Anderson, Carol, we like to see you laugh. It makes us so happy... to see you happy.
Jay, can I make it seem to speak of Benghazi... a serious medial problem that may cause death or dismemberment?
Good idea, Sanjay! Hit the death part... really hard.
Now, Wolf... what is you question?
Really hard, tee hee! You said... really hard!
Wolf, try to get sober... before you broadcast later today, okay?
Jay, Jay? Can I thrown in some gun control? Like... if our guys in Benghazi didn't have any guns, they would have die quietly and we wouldn't have any problem today.
That is a great point, Piers, but... we are getting our ass kicked on gun control right now, so keep that thought for later this year after Benghazi is swept totally under the rug.
Now finally, you have a question... David?
Yes, Jay, can I tell my MSNBC pals... what CNN is going to say so we can coordinate?
Hey, we are all jerking off the American people... the same way all the time, so sure.
Well, enoy campers... you heard it here--
I’d like to see a list of the ‘reporters’ that were invited to that briefing.
That's like, what ?
1245-1300 ... get settled in, etc.
1300-1500 ... (2 hrs)
What's "mid afternoon" ?
2 hrs for
background ... um .... talk.
Did he make tee time ?
I bet Fox wasn’t invited.
“deep background” translates to cover our collective asses and lie like cheap muslim prayer rugs.
I want to see a list of names, who are these “trusted reporters” that should be public information...
Funny stuff. And you’re right, “deep background” must be some new euphemism for coordinating the coverup.
Great Post Bender. One of the best I have seen here in a long time.
You nailed them.
I think they ran the Spokesboy through a mock press conference.
“Id like to see a list of the reporters that were invited to that briefing.”
It would look like the credits on a porno flick.
Time to open hearings on the articles of impeachment, Bender2.
will the house of cards crumble? Its very difficult to continue the lies with so many involved.
The fact that Carney (AKA the love child of Doogie Howser and Baghdad Bob) got his arse kicked in the press conference tells me the “deep background” theme did not have its desired effect.
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