MSNBC didn’t get the memo from the DNC.
Host Alex Wagner – who has repeatedly denied there was any coverup on Benghazi, despite Republican allegations – has reluctantly admitted there may be a probem with the President’s response to the 2012 attack.
“There probably is something for Republicans to complain about,” she said regarding Benghazi, “for the American public to perhaps be distressed or dismayed about.”
Quick! Get her off the air.
After a Freedom of Information request, Judicial Watch released e-mails between White House advisors and former U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, documents that had been withheld by the Obama Administration.
The e-mails detail coaching Rice received for an Sunday talk show directly from the White House. Obama officials have repeatedly denied they were involved in coaching Rice.
After a lengthy time criticizing Judicial Watch as a horrible right-wing organization, Wagner admitted what a miserable job the White House has done.
Quickly, the lies were exposed and the storyline that the White House wasn’t involved and didn’t politicize the talking points collapsed.
Back in February, Wagner appeared on Chris Matthews’ show trying to provide cover for the President.
“What we now are dealing with is a group of conservatives and a Republican Party with whom facts are fungible,” she told Chris Matthews in February, claiming that an official Senate report and a now-debunked New York Times story on Benghazi are “actual facts” that clear the administration of wrongdoing.