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“Most Transparent” EVAH!

Leslie Brown

Remember when we were told the Obama Administration was going to be “the most transparent ever”? It’s more like the most “clammed” up administration ever.

I will also hold myself as president to a new standard of  openness …. Let me say it as simply as I can:  Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency.  President Obama 2009

Kathleen Sebellius, former Health and Human Services Secretary, largely responsible for President Obama’s “signature legislation” is “clamming up” and pleading the Fifth Amendment by refusing to testify before the Senate Appropriation Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Services.

Emails released this week thanks to the “Freedom of Information Act” and a lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch reveal what some of us knew the entire time: the White House lied about the Benghazi attack and blamed an “inflammatory video” to protect President Obama before the 2012 election. Ya’ think?

“Bullet point” taken from an email from Ben Rhodes (assistant to the president and deputy national security advisory for strategic communication) to White House staff dated September 14, 2012:

To underscore these protests are rooted in an Internet video, and not a broader failure of policy.

“Strategic communication” indeed.  Might I add that Ben Rhodes is the BROTHER of the president of C.B.S. “News” David Rhodes?  At risk of sounding like a “raaaacist”, I noticed one of the recipients of the email is a Mehdi K. Alhassani.  Are you waking up yet people???

To read more about Judicial Watch findings on this, click below:



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