3rd Day of Dana Loesch scapegoating Muslims and Obama for the US Embassy bombings

Yesterday was the 3rd day in a row that Dana Loesch continued her scapegoating on Obama, Democrats, and Muslims for the attacks against US Embassies in Libya, Egypt, and Yemen. She also is still defending Romney's highly controversial critique of President Obama.

Even more of her ignorant lie-filled tweets:

And Dana's hubby Chris Loesch jumped in as well:

Loesch's preposterous lie from Big Peace: "State Dept Denied Marines From Carrying Live Ammo At Cairo Embassy"

Did the State Department ban Marines from carrying ammo at the U.S. embassy in Cairo? That's what some are reporting, as well as claiming our Ambassador to Egypt, Anne Patterson, had forbidden it.  
At least Marines were present at the embassy in Cairo; despite initial reports, Marines weren't present at our Libyan consulate and Libyan security hired to protect out ambassador gave him up to protesters.
How many other of our embassies lack adequate protection? 

Media Matters Senior Fellow and Loesch's top nemesis Eric Boehlert calls her out on the falsehood on the US Marines:

On Big Journalism Wednesday, Loesch provides cover for Romney's gaffes while blaming Obama:

MSM was furious with Mitt Romney today after he issued a strongly-worded condemnation of the state department's initial apology and today criticized the Obama administration for attempting to placate our attackers. Romney didn't apologize. He condemned. More importantly, he led. It was a move that shamed President Obama by comparison.  
Media went into overdrive to protect Obama, their political investment. Politifact brought out three "apology" experts to help lay the groundwork for Obama to deflect. Multiple outlets attempted to reframe the focus on Romney's response, which they chided, as opposed to Obama's foreign policy fumble and his failure to fortify embassies abroad leading up to September 11th. Romney held a press conference and took questions whereas Obama refused questions and flew to campaign in Vegas. 
Media ignores the recklessness of this administration. The curtain separating the legend of media objectivity from the truth of its propaganda will be shredded if this administration loses its reelection bid. Media is now propaganda. If Obama loses it's not just a referendum on him, it's a rejection of legacy media's mass-market propaganda. 
This evening Obama remarked that Romney "shoots first, aims later." Interesting, coming from someone incapable of aiming. Obama skipped a a week's worth of intel briefings leading up to the attacks -- in fact, he's missed half of his daily intelligence briefings 
 The media cares more about winning an election for the Democrat incumbent than anything else, more than the basic principles of its responsibility. 

Of course, Dana is lying in order to defend Romney, which was widely condemned outside of RWNJ/#TCOT-land, and even some prominent Republicans, such as former Homeland Security director Tom Ridge, fellow 2012 GOP Presidential candidate and former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, and Joe Scarborough, a former Congressman who represented Florida's 1st Congressional District and is now the main host of MSNBC's Morning Joe, have gone after Romney. In fact, Romney has made himself into a a dumbass over his anti-Obama comments about Libya.

WaPo's Eugene Robinson has a brutal takedown of Tricky Mitt:

I mean, Mitt Romney. Really. U.S. diplomatic posts are attacked abroad, and your first reaction is to issue a statement blasting the president? J. Christopher Stevens, the U.S. ambassador to Libya, and three other officials are killed in a commando-style assault on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, and your instinct is to seek not safety for other Americans at risk, not justice for the cold-blooded killers, but political advantage for yourself? 
Romney’s rushed statement Tuesday night calling the Obama administration’s response to the violence “disgraceful” was a new low in a campaign already scraping bottom. And Romney’s subsequent decision to double down on the attack, even as Americans mourned the first killing of an ambassador since 1979 and officials began investigating what now looks like a well-planned terrorist attack . . . well, I guess this whole performance says a lot about what kind of man Romney is. 
The most charitable explanation is that he’s in a panic over polls that show Obama opening a lead. If this is not the case, then Romney’s ignorance of foreign policy is more profound — and potentially dangerous — than anyone could have suspected.
But international affairs are different. For one thing, there is general consensus that at times of crisis, the United States must speak with one voice. Most Republicans, even some of Obama’s most adamant foes, have respected this tradition. House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) both issued measured statements recognizing that this is a moment for patriotism, not politics.
More important is the fact that words spoken in the heat of international crisis can have life-or-death impact. Romney’s ostensible complaint was that Obama should have spoken up more clearly for American values — presumably, in this case, freedom of speech.

The "movie" was an excuse and the attack on our Libyan consulate was planned, claims one paper. 
The killings of the US ambassador to Libya and three of his staff were likely to have been the result of a serious and continuing security breach, The Independent can reveal. 
The State Department had 48 hours advance warning of the attacks and did nothing. Nothing. Sensitive documents have now gone missing and the names of brave Libyans working with the United States have been exposed to the mobs who would kill them.
Foreign policy President, indeed.
More proof that Loesch is a craven liar.

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