Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., says the “coverup” surrounding the tragic incidents in Benghazi is “bigger than Watergate, bigger than Iran-Contra, bigger than the Pentagon Papers.”
It’s interesting that Inhofe doesn’t mention another matter that didn’t make his top four. It involved allegations of weapons of mass destruction, talking points planted in the press and weekly news programs about a “mushroom cloud” looming.
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