Limbaugh: Why Was Obama Disengaged On Night of Benghazi Attacks?

RUSH: I remember in the early days of the aftermath of the Benghazi attack, I remember one of the focal points, one of the questions was, why all this effort to blame the video? Why all this effort to blame forces outside of Washington, to blame protests from a video? And somebody said to me, “Rush, when it gets down to brass tacks what’s gonna be revealed is, where was Obama?” That’s what they’re trying to massage here. And the way it was explained to me was, the question, was Obama disengaged, meaning could he be found? We just heard Panetta say that after five o’clock, that was it, there were no more conversations with Obama. After five that was it, Obama said (paraphrasing), “Look, do what you have to do.”

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RUSH: I have no wild guess here.  But when the president isn’t consulted for longer than eight hours.  Five p.m. ’til the next day, where was he?  What was he doing?  Why was he disengaged?  I was told early on, that’s where the focus of this is gonna end up before it’s all said and done, and it looks like with this hearing today that’s being born out, at least in part.

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