[VIDEO] Susan Rice Has “No Regrets” About Going On 5 TV Shows And Lying To Americans About Benghazi

February 23, 2014 3:22 pmViews: 1207

 Susan Rice has no regrets about Benghazi lies

National Security Adviser Susan Rice was on Meet The Press Sunday morning and she was emphatic about not having any regrets in her now infamous appearance on 5 Sunday talk shows just days after the attack on our consulate in Benghazi Libya that ended up killing 4 Americans including Ambassador Christopher Stevens. In those appearances, it is well established that at the order of someone, possibly President Obama himself, she flat out lied about the anti-Muslim video being a catalyst for the attack.

Rice went on the 5 Sunday talk shows just 5 days after the storming of the consulate and lied that it was not a terrorist attack, but that it was a protest over the video that went horribly wrong. That was nothing more than a completely fabricated story. It is clear now that just minutes after the attack, the Obama administration knew it was a terror attack and it has never been established that a so-called hateful video had anything to do with inciting a Muslim outrage that they took out on our consulate in Benghazi.

Despite what most of us now know, Rice is emphatic she had the best information at the time and that the Obama administration is still hard at work trying to bring the perpetrators to justice. Sorry, we don't believe that for a second.

Read more below from Politico and then watch the video after that:

National Security Adviser Susan Rice said Sunday that she has no regrets about her now-infamous round of TV interviews in 2012 about the Benghazi attacks.

Rice, appearing on “Meet the Press,” said that nobody in the Obama administration intended to mislead the American people when she appeared on Fox, ABC, CNN, NBC and CBS in 2012 shortly after the attacks.

Asked by host David Gregory if she had any regrets about those five television interviews she did shortly after the Benghazi attacks, Rice replied: “No.”

“Because what I said to you that morning, and what I did every day since, was to share the best information that we had at the time,” Rice said. “The information I provided, which I explained to you, was what we had at the moment. It could change. I commented that this was based on what we knew on that morning, was provided to me and my colleagues, and indeed, to Congress, by the intelligence community. And that’s been well validated in many different ways since.”

“And that information turned out, in some respects, not to be 100 percent correct. But the notion that somehow I or anybody else in the administration misled the American people is patently false. And I think that that’s been amply demonstrated,” Rice said.

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