State Dept. BUSTED: ‘We Deleted That Video Proving We Lied About The Iran Deal’ (Video)

State Dept. BUSTED: ‘We Deleted That Video Proving We Lied About The Iran Deal’ (Video)

President Obama lying to the American people about the ‘specifics’ of the Iran deal should come as no surprise, nor should the State Department deleting an important exchange between Fox News Chief White House Correspondent James Rosen and former Spokeswoman Victoria Nullen.

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Katie Pavlich, Town Hall reported that when the video portion was found missing, the State Department claimed the footage of the exact statement under scrutiny went missing because of a “glitch.”

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Yesterday during the State Department daily press briefing, Admiral John Kirby admitted the video was intentionally deleted, but would not say by who or why.

“This was a deliberate request. This was not a technical glitch, it was a deliberate request to excise video. And as I said, I said it this morning to the staff, I don’t find that was an appropriate step to take,” Kirby said.

Former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino is far from impressed with the State Department excuses and points out the deletion of material from the press briefing in question in likely a violation of the federal records act.

Former State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki, who is now the White House communications director, claims she had nothing to with the video deletion.

To wrap up, the State Department lied about 1) The Iran Deal 2) Lied about lying about the Iran deal 3) Lied about deleting footage proving they lied about the Iran deal.

This story is far from over.

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