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It took the president fourteen days before he called the attack and Ben -- An act of terror get the transfer it it he didn't and facts are so let me let me it didn't call an active area allowed it and it worked it.
He did college active terror.
-- we saw that this week debate moderator Candy Crowley -- President Obama a lifeline some say.
Only problem she made the opposite argument -- days before against the president's top campaign advisor.
Media bias here let's talk to Tucker Carlson of Fox News contributor and editor in chief of the daily caller bad -- -- weren't too well good morning when you heard her saying that what did you think.
I thought this was the defining moment in the debate I was shocked that I know can't.
I worked there I was I was stunned you mean literally couldn't have a more disruptive moment and -- -- -- you couldn't more clearly helped one.
Candidate against the other and this is the kind of moment where.
You know people's careers destroyed in it in a normal world you couldn't work and journals and get after -- supplement that she was supposed to just moderate but instead she was -- fact checker and you do fact checking afterwards and -- interest in without facts by the -- yet because she had to walk back.
And she later -- debate -- said yeah Romney was right.
It's it's it's it's without -- nothing like this has ever happened before so it was predicted -- to -- -- -- a good idea ever moderate this debate.
Yeah I -- even now I know it and what's interesting is just before that I think on September the thirtieth.
She sat down with David Axelrod who tried to push that and she wouldn't buy it listen -- this.
Small candy as you know the president called it an act of terror the day after it happens but.
When you're the responsible party when you're the administration and then you have a responsibility to act and what you knowing what -- intelligence community believes.
This was this is being -- early investors.
We played a brand just disperses it wasn't planned as part of this tainted at all -- as.
Yeah they're smoking gun.
What's shocking to me is where's the outcry from journalists.
I mean that kind of behavior arguing the opposite case in this debate when it really matters on behalf of the incumbent president.
That discredits journalism itself sure you would think her colleagues would be up in arms she's not been criticized by.
One working journalist outside of fox the daily call that I'm aware.
It and the thing is when you when you look at them with their presence -- the day after in the Rose Garden he was clearly talking about an act of terror generically.
-- and so you know the White House now is in the campaign they're doing their best despite -- -- -- they.
Argument in public for two full weeks that this I mean you'd covered your show every -- this video.
In the spontaneous reaction of a mob is to blame for the city argues an act of terror.
One of the story right after the debate was the fact that she did allow the -- the United States about 10% more talk time.
But as somebody went back and looked at all the tape and realize that Sheehan erupted Mitt Romney 28 times she -- Barack Obama nine times she erupted the Republican three times more than the president there's really no other way to spends -- twenty times more give -- 50% more time.
But don't come off in the middle of a sentence at at the most important moment of the debate in order to help the president mean that was really.
Anything happen are.
If -- still working journalists and next week it we'll tell you everything you need to know about the deep corruption of the American Media where are.
Where her colleagues seriously it's CNN so we're told me yesterday who works there.
She's being celebrated.
How can that be there you go Tucker Carlson it was a pleasure -- things.
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