We were told that the President didn’t know that the “video” explanation, fronted to the public for two weeks after the 9/11 Benghazi attack, was entirely bogus. http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50157981n
We were told that the President didn’t know that the IRS was targeting conservative groups in Ohio, a battleground state, even though the IRS Commissioner was a White House visitor 100+ times between 2010 and 2012.
We’ve been told the President didn’t know that the NSA has been bugging our Allies.
We’ve been told the President didn’t know that, in fact, millions of people would be losing their chosen health care insurance, because of “ObamaCare”.
We’ve been told the President didn’t know that “ObamaCare” wasn’t nearly ready for a roll-out.
So, when did not knowing become such an openly and regularly accessed acceptable standard in the Oval Office?
That approach has worked extremely well for the mainstream media, but it reflects very poorly on the American people.
It strains credulity, and borders on being a direct insult to those who hold a reasonably high expectation for the Executive Branch.