As newly disclosed e-mails reveal the White House orchestrated officials' response to the Benghazi terrorist attack, Press Secretary Jay Carney is defending the administration's initial PR push, insisting these talking points were based off "the best intelligence available."
Even that kind of equivocation suggests the intelligence at the time was less than, to borrow from George Tenet, a "slam dunk."
But did White House officials reference the video as simply a leading theory?
In fact, as Grabien's latest montage shows, administration officials confidently blamed the video from the outset. Notice the total lack of uncertainty or mere mention of other possible causes.
It was the video. Case closed.