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Michelle Malkin Goes Off On ‘Den Of Lying Liars And Crap Weasels’ In White House Over Libya Attacks

Malkin Goes Off On 'Crap Weasels' In White House Over Libya Attacks

Michelle Malkin went off on President Obama and the rest of the administration for outright lies over their handling of the attacks on the Libyan consulate last month, which led to the deaths of four Americans, including a U.S. ambassador. Malkin instructed viewers to watch the Congressional hearings going on to understand the level of corruption going on the Obama administration.

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Hannity opened the segment by accusing Carney of trying to “rewrite history” by denying that he ever disputed the idea that the attacks were started by terrorists. Hannity called Carney a liar and played a video of the press secretary saying that very thing. He argued that the administration knew within 24 hours of the attack that it was a terrorist attack, and their statements to the contrary since then have been outright lies.

Malkin said that every American who is concerned with national security needs to watch the hearings over the fallout from the Libyan attacks before going to vote next month.

“You cannot vote in November without knowing just how deep, just how malicious, and just how reckless this administration has been with the truth and the lives of Americans who were murdered on September 11th.”

Hannity suspected that the administration’s mixed messages were a result of Obama not wanting to publicly admit that he “screwed up.” Malkin described the administration as “a bunch of lying liars and crap weasels” trying to find a scapegoat. She highlighted a statement from a deputy secretary of state that budget cuts to the Libyan consulate had nothing to do with security concerns, which Malkin said Democrats have been trying to blame Republicans for.

Malkin said that every administration official from U.N. ambassador Susan Rice to White House press secretary Jay Carney ought to be brought before the hearings to testify under oath.

Watch the video below, courtesy of Fox News:

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