Thursday, October 9, 2014

Journalists Appalled, Shocked Obama White House Would Lie to Them

Late last night the Washington Post broke a story about a connection between White House aides and the 2012 Secret Service prostitution scandal. When the scandal broke two years ago, the White House denied involvement or knowing about the details of what happened. The Post story proves otherwise and provides evidence a White House volunteer officially checked a prostitute into his hotel room in Cartagena, Colombia. The report also details threats made against the Inspector General, who was asked to delay the release of embarrassing and damaging information about the connection between the White House and the scandal until after the 2012 presidential election.

Now, journalists who cover the White House are confused about why the administration would lie and cover-up such a minor issue. That's the point. 

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  1. If the real world consequences so tragic, this would be very amusing. Journalists, and I use the term very loosely, who are willing to out right lie and mislead others to promote their agenda are shocked that the very same thing is being done to them. They have forgotten that when it comes to engaging in unethical behavior, what some one is willing to do FOR you, will also do AGAINST you.