People are focusing on the fact that Crowley backed up Obama’s claim that he called the incident a terror attack on 9/12.
The real point is the absurdity of the president making the claim at all, or even wanting to when for a fortnight they insisted the incident was spontaneous.
Obama’s Shifting Account Of The Benghazi Attack
Candy Crowley Embarrasses Herself, Falsely ‘Corrects’ Romney on Libya
Breitbart article with updates including Crowley backtrack:
Jim Geraghty Nails it:
“Obama refers to the murder of Stevens and the other Americans as an “attack” – duh – but then he says:
Since our founding, the United States has been a nation that respects all faiths. We reject all efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. But there is absolutely no justification to this type of senseless violence. None.
Those lines clearly imply that the events were a reaction to the YouTube tape.”
h/t Doug Ross
Crowley to Axelrod: Obama Never Said Benghazi Attack Was ‘Act of Terror’ (on 9/30)
“CROWLEY: … There’s a back and forth now about why didn’t this administration — why did it take them until Friday after a September 11th attack in Libya to come to the conclusion that it was premeditated and that there was terrorists involved. John McCain said it doesn’t pass the smell test, or it’s willful ignorance to think that they didn’t know before this what was going on. Your reaction? ”
Crowley Interrupts Romney 28 Times, Obama Just 9
Michelle Obama Broke Agreed Upon Rules, Clapped At Debate
Anti-Mormon bigots: Romney has ‘binders full of women’ to keep track of sister-wives
AWFUL. CNN Moderator Jumps In to Defend Obama at Presidential Debate
Ace on polling results:
Video and transcript of Candy Crowley admitting Romney was right:
Link to Breitbart article copy with photo above:
Full debate video
“U.S. description of Benghazi attacks, at first cautious, changed after 3 days”
McClatchy says Obama called Benghzi act of terror on campaign trail
“At campaign stops in Colorado and Nevada the next day, Sept. 13, Obama referred to the Benghazi assault as “an act of terror.””