Busy, busy, busy. I have fallen behind on the Thursday Hillary Bash due to a busy personal life right now. But I don't want it to disappear.
So here's something via Guy Benson from last week about Americans doubting her story on Benghazi:
Hillary Clinton may be the early conventional wisdom frontrunner for 2016, but the American people don't seem eager to be party to an unquestioning coronation. A nationwide survey conducted by Bloomberg shows that a majority of voters do not believe the former Secretary of State's claim that she was unaware of denied security requests ahead of the 2012 Benghazi massacre...
Benson goes on to quote the report that says 51% don't believe Hillary Clinton's denials about knowing about security requests prior to the Benghazi attacks, while 41% believe her. That's a relief. If those numbers were reversed I would be very worried.