Senator Lindsey Graham summarizes the memo, but he relies more on what he knows in his heart about motivation than he does on actual content.
What do you think they were worried about when she went on TV? Tell me about the property damage in Cairo? Explain the loss of the property in Cairo? They were worried about explaining the death of four Americans.
They knew America would be upset by losing the first ambassador in 33 years and other brave Americans. To say that this wasn't trying to shape the Benghazi story is inconsistent with the document itself, flies in the face of the facts, and yet another false, misleading lie.
- Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), May 1, 2014
Bill O'Reilly provides a motive for the conspiracy.
The President and the White House created a political agenda, saying a spontaneous demonstration led to the murders, not a coordinated terror attack. And they did this because the President was running for re-election on a platform that he had broken al Qaeda and any evidence to the contrary might have hurt his campaign.
- Bill O'Reilly, Fox News, April 30, 2014
It really is the coverup, isn't it, that implicates more than the crime that's being covered up?
The conspiracy theory does have a major flaw.
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