October 10, 2012
The media are giving The Heritage Foundation credit for driving the story about the Obama administration’s misleading story about the Benghazi terrorist attacks.
They point in particular to our new video about the administration’s ever-changing explanation about what happened, which as of this writing has been viewed 51,000 times on YouTube:
Here’s how the Washington Post begins its coverage:
The conservative Heritage Foundation is continuing to be a leading force against what it considers to be a cover-up within the Obama administration of the death of Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans at the U.S. Consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi last month.
And here’s what media aggregation site Buzzfeed had to say:
[T]he Heritage Foundation’s excellently crafted new video is worth a watch for anybody who’s a fan of political attack ads — or wondering why the Obama Administration is facing so much criticism in the aftermath of the Benghazi attack.
What do you think? Did the administration try to cover up the truth about what happened?