Now explain to me how you assholes have such a rough intellectual time of it when you pretend to try to understand the Benghazi “YouTube” video cover-up?
Seems pretty simple — just as in Emmanuel’s case, a politically difficult event happened on his watch, so he tried to delay the real facts from coming out until after an election.
Where is your brain crapping out in this easy to follow logic, fellas?
So the New York Times seems to understand that this is a cover-up — they let a guy post his opinion on their op-ed pages. (Though note, it’s not the NYT’s official editorial position.) can’t wait for the same editorial on Benghazi.
After the cover-up, of course, must come the ad-hoc blue-ribbon commission to determine why the people empanelling the commission ordered the cover-up. I expect that to go the way of most such “Lemme Investigate My Own Wrongdoing” inquiries.
On Tuesday, Emanuel will seek to quell some of the growing chorus of criticism by announcing a task force his administration says “will review the system of accountability, oversight and training that is currently in place for Chicago’s police officers,” according to a brief news release issued late Monday.
“And definitely not the Mayor,” the press release should have made clear.
Rahm Emmanuel has wasted little time in firing the chief of police for the corruption that he himself probably ordered.
If McCarthy needed firing, why did it take Emmanuel a year to do it? He simply threw him under the bus, feeding him to the lynch mob outside City Hall. Problem is, it will only make the problem worse, empowering those threatening terrorism if their demands are not met. Now he has met PART of their demands, so their appetite for control is whetted.
Good Luck, Rahm. Don’t forget not to let THIS crisis go to waste.