He said it was an act of terror, but really that issue is completely pointless.
Because there was an ongoing investigation. You don't just start announcing all of the suspects in a murder case on the news goofball.
"No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation, alter that character, or eclipse the light of the values that we stand for. Today we mourn four more Americans who represent the very best of the United States of America. We will not waver in our commitment to see that justice is done for this terrible act. And make no mistake, justice will be done."
Why did the rest of the world declare it was an act of terrorism 24 hours later? You want people to believe all the rest of the world was wrong to say so?
No. It is not. And the correct answer was given by the moderator. But I guess you didn't hear that part.
I might have heard it wrong. But I could swear she said Romney was right about the two weeks.
No, as the questioner stated, he said it was spontaneous. It took 2 weeks for him to say it was an act of terror.
He called it an act of terror that was provoked by a movie that had been out for months and no one had ever heard of or given a **** about.
No, he called it a 'spontaneous demonstration' about a completely unknown YouTube video.
Well yeah, the actual words only showed up in the form of "Never again will we be beaten down by acts of terror" or something like that, but I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt that he considered it an attack. The problem is he knew is was preplanned the day it happened, but he gave that speech the day after. It was only 2 weeks later, after a number of insiders had already gone public with the news that it was known to have been planned in advance, that the cabinet dropped the BS story of the Youtube video.
No, he didn't say that. He said it was a spontaneous riot.
Seems like at that time they were still 'spontaneously' carrying AK-47s and grenade launchers.