Perfect ad from “American Crossroads” that destroys Obama’s claim he always said the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya was a terrorist attack. The ad shows one Obama official after another – and Obama himself – saying for two weeks the attack was caused by an anti-Islamic video. Most condemning was White House Spokesman Jay Carney telling reporters on September 20, nine days after the attack, “we hadn’t” yet said anything about the attack being an act of terrorism (see below).
Here is a new “American Crossroads” ad that destroys Barack Obama and his administration’s story that the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya was just a spontaneous riot over a video that went horribly bad. The web ad details the timeline of what happened, and what Obama and his White House knew, despite waiting 14 days to use the word “terrorism.” The ad asks, “What did this President know, and when did he know it?”
This growing scandal could move into high gear with a Congressional Hearing on it beginning tomorrow. The mainstream media are digging into it more. It could play a big role in the last two Presidential Debates – particularly the final debate, which will focus on Foreign Policy.
Here is a new “American Crossroads” that features small business owners making the central truth in this election very clear – “President Obama is the problem.” As one man says in the ad, “If he has four more years, I don’t think we’re going to want to see what it looks like.”
Here’s a new hard-hitting “American Crossroads” Ad that goes after Barack Obama on “skipping” half of his National Intelligence Briefings to play golf, going to Las Vegas for a fundraiser the same day U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed in Libya, and for refusing to meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the same week he had time to schedule a David Letterman appearance.
Here is a new American Crossroads ad that points out Barack Obama is using the same tired rhetoric he has used for the last four years. You’d never know he’s been President for four years. He’s running like he’s the new guy on the block.