Karl Rove Exploits Ambassador's Death...

Karl Rove Exploits Ambassador's Death In Scummy Ad Attacking Hillary Clinton For Benghazi

There are 21 comments on the www.politicususa.com story from May 10, 2013, titled Karl Rove Exploits Ambassador's Death In Scummy Ad Attacking Hillary Clinton For Benghazi. In it, www.politicususa.com reports that:

Karl Rove has released a sleazy ad using the deaths of four Americans to attack Hillary Clinton for Benghazi.

Rove’s ad uses the death of Ambassador Stevens to set up the right wing’s whistleblower conspiracy theory. The ominous narrator says, “A 22 year diplomatic veteran intimidated for daring to blow the whistle all under Hillary Clinton’s watch. How could this happen? Why did she blame a video? Was she part of a cover up?…The difference is a coverup and four American lives that deserve the truth.”

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Austin, TX

#23 May 24, 2013
Karl Rove is such a cancer. That he lives to this day is a skid mark on the conscience of this country

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