This is video proof that the State Department under President Obama has doctored a video on their website to exclude an exchange about the necessity of lying to the media when it comes to foreign negotiations.
A question comes up concerning the Iran nuclear deal and when exactly it began.
James Rosen asks, “Is it the policy of the State Department where the preservation of secrecy of secret negotiations are concerned, to lie to achieve that goal?”
Jen Psaki, the then State Department spokesperson said, “There are times where diplomacy needs privacy in order to progress, this is a good example of that.”
Now. this isn’t a full cover up. While the video on their site has been edited with the white light, something that they couldn’t find a repeat of, they did leave the original transcript unchanged.
Still it’s troubling that they at least took some initiative to hide the fact that they were intentionally misleading the American press and public.
Editor's Quiz: [Yes or No]Are Biden's Socialist Policies BAD for America?
As James Rosen states at the end of the video, they were clearly lying about the time and details of the Iran Deal, but are they ultimately lying about the outcome too?
This deal has clearly been going on longer than we were lead to believe, so why then should we assume that the goals and agreements are what they told us?