‘Plausible Deniability’ RUSH: Obama Didn’t Want To Know About VA Scandal

RUSH:  Now, there’s one other explanation for the VA mess only coming to light recently.  And it may be a bit of a stretch because Obama may, and Shinseki may not have this degree of control over it, because this was affecting a whole lot of people, but it still has big possibilities here.  Obama comes out yesterday and said (paraphrasing), “I didn’t know anything about this.  I’m livid.  I’m not gonna tolerate this.  I’ve told Shinseki, ‘You investigate and you find out.  We’re not gonna have this. We’re not gonna have 40 people die. We’re not gonna have all these fake wait lists. You fix it!'”

Why not come out and do this last year?  Why not find out about it, get mad about it, and make a big deal of it earlier?  And the answer — sad to say — plausible deniability.  The only way that such a determined ignorance on the part of Obama makes any sense is if he didn’t want to know.  And it’s entirely possible.  You know, presidents love plausible deniability, particularly when there’s a scandal involved. “You keep my fingerprints off this. There aren’t gonna be smoking gun memos, IRS, whatever it is, I don’t want to know.”

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