Like you say Fox news does not count and thus, your lies that it has been covered in the MSM is an outright lie once again or are you telling me that Fox News is now MSM? Rice and many others in the Obama administration called it a "popular uprising" against an anti-Islamic film and the MSM reported / covered it up in that way for about 2 weeks. I guess you missed this:<quoted text>the MSM covered it up? it's been in the news since day one!
Outright lies prove you have no argument, just a parrot....
"The intelligence from Libya was confused all along. The attack took place in the midst of uprisings against the video across the Muslim world, aimed particularly at U.S. embassies. The rage, though real, was ignited and stoked by anti-American extremists. That's how it often is with mob violence: One man's motivation is another man's pretext. In Benghazi, witnesses saw attackers and onlookers. The problem was figuring out the relationship between them. The CIA's initial assessments suggested a hybrid scenario: a protest "spontaneously inspired by the protests at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo" that "evolved into a direct assault" by extremists.
If you look back at the administration's early statements, you'll see signs of this uncertainty. Spokesmen talked about the video in the context of the Muslim riots generally. On Sept. 14, ABC's Jake Tapper asked White House Press Secretary Jay Carney whether this was true in Benghazi. "We certainly don't know," said Carney. In her now-infamous tour of the Sunday talk shows on Sept. 16, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice parroted CIA assessments, asserting that a protest at the consulate "seems to have been hijacked" by "extremists who came with heavier weapons." On Sept. 18, Carney repeated that the video had "caused the unrest in Cairo" and "precipitated some of the unrest in Benghazi." But he added, "What other factors were involved is a matter of investigation." On Sept. 20, Obama said protests over the video "were used as an excuse by extremists to see if they can also directly harm U.S. interests." On Sept. 26, Libya's president, Mohammed Magarief, told NBC News that the video "has nothing to do with this attack." But he offered no evidence other than the sophistication of the weapons and tactics. A week later, a former intelligence chief for the Libyan rebels echoed Magarief's assertion, but again added no evidence.
The Obama administration's story began to shift during a State Department conference call on Oct. 9, when a reporter asked what had "led officials to believe for the first several days that this was prompted by protests against the video." A department official replied, "That was not our conclusion." This was a renunciation of the protest story, not the video's relevance. But nobody noticed. "
GEE, IT LOOKS LIKE THEY WERE PUTTING THE UPRISING THE VIDEO STORY FIRST UNTIL THEY SPOKE THE TRUTH AS BEING SHOWN THROUGH THE MEMOS.