If Obama cured cancer, republicans wouldn't give him credit
Not only did Bill Oâ€™Reilly criticize those on the right that are jumping on President Obama for the Justice Departmentâ€™s investigation into a national security leak by the Associated Press, he also agreed with Goldberg that even if Obama found the cure for cancer, it wouldnâ€™t change the GOPâ€™s negative opinion of him.
While commenting on the AP investigation, the two diverged and Goldberg said,
The point is that there are people on the left who will not acknowledge that Benghazi is a big story, and there are people on the right who, if Barack Obama came up with a cure for cancer, wouldnâ€™t give him credit for it. And, by the way, I mean that literally.
One canâ€™t help but wonder if Bill and Bernie realize that the very news organization they work for engages in the same type of blind-opposition to President Obama which they are criticizing.
Of course, the mainstream media is completely ignoring this manufactured Benghazi crisis, especially after the only â€śscoopâ€ť (shown in the video below) was debunked by CNN. Republicans are now grasping for straws because the email written by former deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications, Ben Rhodes, which supposedly changed the administrationâ€™s talking points to protect President Obamaâ€™s political interests turned out to be misleading.
Since they canâ€™t find anything legitimate to attack, Republicans are forced to manufacture crises in order to maintain the right wing echo-chamberâ€™s grasp on their gullible followers.
Judging from their ratings in the past five years, it doesnâ€™t look like the far right is getting tired of hearing about â€śscandalsâ€ť like 9/11 mosques, fake pimps, and non-existent coverups. They seem to be a lost causeâ€“letâ€™s just hope the last of the reasonable Republicans donâ€™t follow them down the rabbit hole too.