Think Progress has a great find involving right-wing commentator Frank Gaffney using an admittedly fictional scene from the upcoming 9/11 "docu-drama" to attempt to justify some inane right wing talking point.
GAFFNEY: Well, I gather that the documentary will elaborate on this in a pretty compelling way, that the call was being made from the ground where they thought they had bin Laden surrounded, directly into Sandy Burger, then the president’s national security adviser. At which point, Burger refused to give them the go ahead and hung up on them.
HOST: Which he refutes.
GAFFNEY: I don’t know the facts here. But to the extent that there’s basis for this kind of reporting, I think it suggests a risk averse attitude that was characteristic of the Clinton administration that was justified by a desire not to give offense, not to, you know, cause difficulties in foreign relations of this country.
Absolutely manufactured evidence that Gaffney molests little boys
Wow, making up stuff and then using it to support your lame-brained arguments is fun!