Tuesday, December 31, 2013

New York Times: We Had a Reporter Embedded With Terrorists in Benghazi During the Attack

Based on the headline, I really thought the Twitchy story entitled "NYT: ‘We had a reporter on the scene talking to the attackers during the [Benghazi] attack’" was satire. It wasn't.

What’s that? The New York Times had a reporter on the scene of the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya? Reporter David D. Kirkpatrick, who wrote this weekend’s piece on Benghazi, says it was invaluable to have a reporter on the ground talking to the attackers during the attack.

Which begs the question: who in the hell was this "reporter" and just what the hell was he doing during the attack -- and for the last 15 months? Biff Spackle offers some possibilities:

This scandal needs to go viral.


Anonymous said...

I can't imagine any American having first hand knowledge of an attack on an American property in which Americans were murdered and disgraced without coming out. Either this is a lie or the person in question is a Anti-American fictional character.

Anonymous said...

Hey diddle diddle,the cat and the fiddle,the cow jumped over the moon . . . . . . . . and the little dog laughed to see such sport,and the dish ran away with the spoon! Oh,I'm sorry! I thought we were sharing fairy tales!

Mt Top Patriot said...

I'd say if your a lying statist traitor to your own countrymen, fabricating out of whole cloth a fictitious tale designed to exonerate hillary clinton for the her willing part in the murder of 3 Americans for political purposes, doesn't mean the rest of us are stupid enough to buy into such incredible lies.

It's far past time to rid our selves of the domestic enemies who infest the media. It is time to have a revolution of independence to free ourselves, this great republic, from these malcontent traitors and their ilk once and for all and live in liberty and prosperity.

Anonymous said...

And it this story came out in the NYT saying they had a reporter embedded with the British at Concord or Lexington?

asdf said...

That picture of David Kirkpatrick -- I think that's the wrong guy. That's the film producer, not the journalist.