Can the NYT Get More Bizarre: Why Yes…They Can and Did: NYT Reporter on the Ground in Benghazi a Photographer? Or Is It Just a Lie?

You thought the most bizarre stories of 2013 were now behind us, but no, the New York Times has topped them all. David D. Kirkpatrick, the author of the NYT propaganda story on the Benghazi attacks of September 11, 2012 has Tweeted to former diplomat and Fox News contributor Richard Grenell, the following:

Which begs the question: who in the hell was this “reporter” and just what the hell was he doing during the attack — and for the last 15 months? Source: Doug Ross (see more about the “secret Benghazi reporter here)

David Kirkpatrick and the New York Times knows — has been told — who is responsible for the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens? The reporter was embedded with terrorists? Actually spoke to some or all of them? Maybe saw Stevens being hauled off the Special Mission property and supposedly to a hospital?

Where are the photos? The one below and it’s caption in the NYT on November 3, 2012 is interesting:

The attack at the American Mission on Sept. 11, seen here, and an annex in Benghazi, Libya, points to a limitation in the capabilities of the American military command responsible for countries swept up in the Arab Spring. Photo Credit: Esam Omran Al-Fetori/Reuters

The attack at the American Mission on Sept. 11, seen here, and an annex in Benghazi, Libya, points to a limitation in the capabilities of the American military command responsible for countries swept up in the Arab Spring. Photo Credit: Esam Omran Al-Fetori/Reuters

Where is the video from this intrepid “reporter.” What language does he speak? Is the photographer the NYT’s source?

In the caption above, notice that “a limitation in the capabilities of the American Military command” is a factor in the attacks, according to the NYT. Note also, the Commander-in-Chief went missing and Hillary Clinton didn’t check in with Benghazi for hours after being notified that the Mission was under assault.

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