Jorge Bonilla Says Alan Grayson "Shamelessly" Ran Cover For Obama's Benghazi Lie

Jorge Bonilla Says Alan Grayson "Shamelessly" Ran Cover For Obama's Benghazi Lie

The Benghazi cover-up has officially been uncovered, as emails from Ben Rhodes, President Obama’s assistant and deputy national security advisor for strategic communications, detail the ‘prep work’ they did for Susan Rice, before she went on television to denounce the Benghazi consulate attack as a response to some internet video.

 “To underscore that these protests are rooted in an Internet video, and not a broader failure of policy.”

 “To reinforce the President and Administration’s strength and steadiness in dealing with difficult challenges.” The email goes on to state that the U.S. government rejected the message of the Internet video.

“We find it disgusting and reprehensible. But there is absolutely no justification at all for responding to this movie with violence,” the email stated.”FOX News

 But while Obama and his administration have been clearly outed as co-conspirators to Rice’s blatant lie about the attack on Benghazi, Democratic members of Congress, like Alan Grayson, are now being called out for supporting the President’s lie, and for stating at a House Foreign Affairs Committee that Benghazi was “a scandal that never was.”

Now his Republican congressional opponent, Navy veteran Jorge Bonilla is calling the “self-styled Congressman with Guts” as being gutless for “shamelessly” trying to shield the Obama administration from any accountability.

Here is what Bonilla posted on his website:

These new findings fly in the face of inflammatory assertions made by Congressman Alan Grayson during last year’s House Foreign Affairs Committee hearings, in which he deemed Benghazi “the scandal that never was”.

As much as Alan Grayson and the rest of the left wish Benghazi to go away, it will not. Far from being “the scandal that never was”, it is “the scandal that still is”. The self-styled “Congressman With Guts” could have actually shown some that day, rather than shamelessly attempting to shield the administration from scrutiny and accountability.

Instead, Grayson went on the air with a vice president at Media Matters, and flippantly dismissed the deaths of Stevens, Smith, Woods, and Doherty by saying, “the world’s a big place, where awful things happen.”Jorge Bonilla

Grayson just got took a painful swift boot to his seat.