What Benghazi Whistle-blower has in common with Station Wagon filled with Nuns

The Democratic defenders of the Obama administration stonewall have been taking political shrapnel all week; it’s even been coming from the liberal media in some cases. The spinning that has been increasingly difficult for the Democrats just got tougher.

Gregory Hicks – the Benghazi whistle-blower whom the Democrats have accused of coming forward because he has a political axe to grind – is a registered Democrat who voted for…

Via the Daily Caller:

A key Benghazi whistle-blower who has allegedly been punished for speaking out against the administration is a registered Democrat who voted for both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

The lawyer of Gregory Hicks, the former U.S. deputy chief of mission in Libya who testified before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Wednesday, confirmed the information to The Daily Caller on Saturday.

According to the lawyer, Victoria Toensing, Hicks voted for Clinton during the 2008 primary, and for then-Illinois Sen. Obama in the 2008 general election. He again voted for Obama in 2012.

In this clip from an episode of All In the Family (audio only), Archie is looking to make a quick buck by suing someone he said hit ran into the back of his car and pretending to have whiplash. As he’s talking with his attorney (Rabinowitz), the attorney for the other driver shows up and says he has some witnesses who tell a different story.

Those witnesses were a ‘station wagon filled with nuns’, which causes Mr. Rabinowitz to bow out.

In this metaphor, the State Department / Obama administration is represented by Archie, his attorney represents the Democratic stonewall defenders, and the station wagon filled with nuns represents Hicks.


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