Dem candidate defends comments, asks if Republicans concerned about women’s lack of abortion access

Mikael Thalen
May 8, 2014

A Democratic congressional candidate insulted countless Americans this week after tweeting an offensive joke regarding the 2012 Benghazi attack.

Trish Causey, candidate for Mississippi’s 4th district, disgustingly tied “National Masturbation Month” into the Republican party’s concern over information surrounding the deaths of four Americans in Libya.


The tweet went relatively unnoticed before other users began voicing their disgust, commenting specifically on Causey’s perverted nature.

Incredibly, when asked if she found the deaths in Benghazi funny, Causey responded by asking if people were as concerned about women’s alleged inability to get abortions.

According to Causey, Republicans’ main concern over Benghazi is rooted in the fear that Hillary Clinton may become president in 2016.

Despite continued attempts by Democrats to paint the Benghazi attack as a partisan issue, historic liberal figures such as Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh have reported on the Obama administration’s obvious cover-up. As more information continues to leak, those at the center of the investigation are beginning to receive threats, showing just how desperate some are to keep the facts secret.

Shortly after being chosen to lead a special committee to investigate the White House’s response to the attack, South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy began receiving death threats demanding he stop his investigation. Famed CIA whistleblower William Robert “Tosh” Plumlee, who began directing questions toward the Senate regarding Benghazi, mentioned receiving threats as well.

Despite the corporate media’s attempt to bury the facts, countless whistleblowers and government insiders have exposed the fact that the CIA was shipping military arms from Benghazi to their al-Qaeda mercenaries in Syria when Ambassador Stevens was killed.

In a November 2012 interview with Infowars, Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer commented on information he received from military sources that labeled Obama as one of the people watching the attack in real-time from the White House. This backs up claims by Missouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R), a former ambassador, who directly blamed Obama for ordering the stand down in Benghazi.

Others such as investigative journalist and NSA whistleblower Wayne Madsen and former State Department insider Steve Pieczenik told Infowars that the attack was known and allowed by the White House and Pentagon from the very beginning.

Alex Jones’ recent interview with CIA whistleblower William Robert “Tosh” Plumle on insider Benghazi information.

(H/T: Twitchy)

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