Low-level Scape-Goats or High-Level Operatives?

Keith Edwards

From Fast and Furious to Benghazi to the newest revelation that the IRS has been targeting conservative groups since 2011, the Obama White House has consistently offered "low-level employees" as their default excuse for any mistakes, miscommunications or wrong-doings made from within the federal agency de jure. Of course, upon further investigation and with no help from a deaf, dumb, and blind Obama-mania media, these low-level employees always seem to be found acting on their own.

What the White House and its apologists' in the drive-by media would have Americans believe is that most of the largest and most powerful government agencies are vulnerable to not only major incompetence, but also to being politically hacked at any time by low-level employees.

The Obama White House would also have Americans believe that these low-level employees work so deep in the bowels of federal agencies that it's almost impossible to monitor them - let alone catch them in the act of planning or doing something wrong.

But we're not talking about low-level employees that steal office supplies, play computer games or make copies of flyers for the next karaoke party, we're talking about employees' whose actions could sway elections, affect U.S. foreign and domestic policies, and possibly prove dangerous or even deadly to their fellow Americans.

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out, usually within hours, where problems the size of Benghazi or the IRS originated within the agency. And in the case of the Obama regime's hand-picked federal agency leaders, the culprit pulling the strings is usually a high-level operative for the regime, not the low-level scape goat used to cover their own guilty backsides.

Fortunately for America, the lies are becoming so obvious now that even low-information voters are starting to take notice; and that seems to be what's forcing a reluctant liberal media away from pushing White House talking points and on track to doing their jobs - finding and exposing the truth.

From Fast and Furious to Benghazi to the newest revelation that the IRS has been targeting conservative groups since 2011, the Obama White House has consistently offered "low-level employees" as their default excuse for any mistakes, miscommunications or wrong-doings made from within the federal agency de jure. Of course, upon further investigation and with no help from a deaf, dumb, and blind Obama-mania media, these low-level employees always seem to be found acting on their own.

What the White House and its apologists' in the drive-by media would have Americans believe is that most of the largest and most powerful government agencies are vulnerable to not only major incompetence, but also to being politically hacked at any time by low-level employees.

The Obama White House would also have Americans believe that these low-level employees work so deep in the bowels of federal agencies that it's almost impossible to monitor them - let alone catch them in the act of planning or doing something wrong.

But we're not talking about low-level employees that steal office supplies, play computer games or make copies of flyers for the next karaoke party, we're talking about employees' whose actions could sway elections, affect U.S. foreign and domestic policies, and possibly prove dangerous or even deadly to their fellow Americans.

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out, usually within hours, where problems the size of Benghazi or the IRS originated within the agency. And in the case of the Obama regime's hand-picked federal agency leaders, the culprit pulling the strings is usually a high-level operative for the regime, not the low-level scape goat used to cover their own guilty backsides.

Fortunately for America, the lies are becoming so obvious now that even low-information voters are starting to take notice; and that seems to be what's forcing a reluctant liberal media away from pushing White House talking points and on track to doing their jobs - finding and exposing the truth.