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The entire Benghazi scandal and coverup reenacted in only two minutes

In this episode of “Two Minute Theater”, Zach Heltzel brings you a complete summary of all of the facts and events involved in the Benghazi cover-up scandal between September 11, 2012 and the current day, re-enacted as a two-minute theatrical drama.

PLEASE NOTE: The calendar date counter in the top left corner is approximate, and is meant to give you a rough idea of when certain things happened: when the White House first using the word “terrorism”, when the public first found out that a terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attack, and when some of the investigations began. However, these are only provided for illustration, and are only approximate. We know that some of the dates are slightly off, but concessions had to be made in order to make the pace of the script flow. We hope you understand.

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Video direct link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e50S2uTuerk

 
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3 Responses

  1. chelptf

    Accurate!

  2. Dan

    This video leaves out the political angle. Obama was running for re-election that Fall, and they knew the headline “Ambassador killed in terrorist attack” would make people vote for Mitt Romney, while “Ambassador killed during anti-video protest” would make people vote for Obama. Also, the reason Obama wouldn’t send in a rescue operation (Jack Bauer could have pulled it off in less than one episode) was becasue the headline “Ambassador rescured from attack” would have handed the election to Romney for sure. Therefore, the only way to win the election was to let the Ambassador and his party die and blame it on the video.

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