Washington Post fact checker covers up Clinton’s Benghazi lie

In a desperate bid to protect Hillary Clinton, Glen Kessler of the Washington Post fraudulently omitted two key facts about the Democratic frontrunner in his blog — ironically called — The Fact Checker.

Instead of exposing two key damning details about Clinton’s Benghazi attack statements, Kessler only showed his readers Clinton’s press release and her e-mail to her daughter, Chelsea, stating that she condemned the attack, and that the unfortunate incident was “…a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet.”

Kessler attempted to hide the fact that a mere two hours before Clinton publicly released her statement, where she blamed the attack on a YouTube video, she already knew that the Ansar al Sharia, an Al-Qaeda affiliate, was behind it.

Here’s the hidden Clinton timeline, as posted on Breitbart.com:

“6:07 p.m. – ‘The State Department’s Operations Center sends an email to the White House, Pentagon, FBI and other government agencies that said Ansar al-Sharia has claimed credit for the attack on its Facebook and Twitter accounts.’ — Source: FactCheck.org

“8:00 p.m. – Via telephone,  Clinton spoke with Libyan President Mohamed Magariaf. In a description of the conversation found in State Department email, she said:

“We have asked for the Libyan government to provide additional security to the compound immediately as there is a gun battle ongoing, which I understand Ansar as Sharia [sic] is claiming responsibility for.

“’Ansar al Sharia is al Qaeda’s affiliate on the Arabian Peninsula. So several hours into the attack, Mrs. Clinton already believed that al Qaeda was attacking U.S. facilities.’ — Source: Wall Street Journal