President of CBS News and WH Benghazi fiction-writer are blood brothers
by Jon Rappoport
May 23, 2013
Just a coincidence. Nothing to see. Move along.
Remember the Benghazi attacks? Remember how the White House rewrote their talking points to scrub out mention of a terrorist attack?
Well, here are some new talking points.
Point one: Star CBS investigative reporter, Sharyl Attkisson, has been discussing leaving CBS since April. She can’t get some of her Benghazi stories on the air. Attkisson was hot on the trail of figuring out who, at the White House, rewrote the Benghazi talking points.
Point two: One sure candidate at the White House? Ben Rhodes, Obama’s deputy national security adviser and “mind-melding” speechwriter.
Point three: Who is Ben Rhodes’ brother? He is David Rhodes, who happens to be Sharyl Attkisson’s boss, the president of CBS News.
Point four: Read point three again.
Point five: Those White House Benghazi rewrites scrubbed prior mention of “terror attacks.”
Point six: Again, reporter Attkisson was hot on the trail of the White House fiction writers—which could have led to her boss’s brother.
Point seven: Again, Attkisson got into hot water at CBS for her Benghazi coverage.
Point eight: Again, the president of CBS News, her boss, is the brother of the man who helped organize the White House fiction writing on Benghazi.
The Daily Caller broke this story.
Point nine: Somebody has been fiddling with reporter Attkisson’s computers. Attkisson has been assembling evidence on the what and the who for several months.
You’re welcome, CBS. I just wanted to arrange all this information so you could release it in coherent form.
My question is: who at your network will do the rewrites on my talking points? I’d like to be in the room.
The September 2012 Benghazi attacks killed US Ambassador Christopher Stevens, embassy information officer Sean Smith, and embassy security officers Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty.
The White House, in their talking-points rewrites, wanted to avoid calling this a planned terrorist attack. Why? Because investigating the terrorists opens the door to the matter of their funding and support.
That investigation, unimpeded, could lead to the fact that the US government has been recruiting, arming, and using thugs/terrorists/mercenaries from Libya to destabilize parts of Africa and the Middle East.
And then we would come to the possibility that some of those US recruits attacked the Benghazi embassy in 2012.
These talking points, of course, aren’t in the CBS or White House portfolio. They’re buried deep under the White House, under CIA buildings in Langley, and under CBS News headquarters at Black Rock in New York.