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In May of 2013, some Obama media sycophants probably still believed that Ambassador Chris Stevens wasn’t murdered in Benghazi. But Eleanor Clift apparently hasn’t gotten the memo to ix-nay that year-old lie, and move on to the “what-difference-does-it-make“ meme.
Eleanor Clift, a political columnist for The Daily Beast and who is a regular on The McLaughlin Group, shocked viewers on Friday’s airing when she asserted that the slain Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, died of smoke inhalation during the Benghazi terror attacks. Clift called Benghazi a “political witch hunt” and that the controversy “animates the right wing of the Republican Party and I would like to point out Ambassador Stevens was not murdered. He died of smoke inhalation in the safe room.” [More]
This is what happens when you become so irrelevant that you are floating at the top of the tank other members of the Obama media swim in.
Clift was the sister-in-law of late actor and Elizabeth Taylor collectable, Montgomery Clift, back before gay rights, when it was still permissible for Hollywood divas to collect gay men as personal toys.
I don’t know why I brought that up, other than to say that Eleanor is so old and out of touch that she has even fallen off the White House “This Week’s Lies” distribution list.
Maybe it’s time to start thinking about retirement, Eleanor; maybe there’s an old liberal’s home that will take you. Where the nurses aids will indulge your Obama fantasies and listen to your ancient JFK Camelot stories without interrupting.
H/T: Ali Akbar
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