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Paul Begala waylays Bay Buchanan, Virgil Goode, and 9-11 Truth

December 22, 2006

Begala Bay Buchanan CNN Transcript

PAUL BEGALA, CNN POLITICAL ANALYST: You know, well, first, just call a spade a spade. Virgil Goode is a bigot and he’s an idiot. Let’s hope he clears that up when he has his press conference, because lots of people misspeak.
The real hate is Begala towards Virgil Goode for telling the truth. Begala was part of the Clinton administration that deliberately attacked Pat Buchanan for saying in 1992 (and in 1996) to restrict immigration as a re-election ploy. This was before and after the WTC 1993 attacks.

The Clinton team cynically chose to risk American lives in order to attack Pat to get re-elected. Begala was part of that political team with Carville in 1992 that made this choice. On 9-11, that risk taking resulted in almost 3000 people being killed.

Begala can’t call the 9-11 Families bigots, he knows that. But he can call Virgil Goode a bigot. Virgil Goode is a spokesperson for the 9-11 Families who do think immigration should have been restricted after 9-11 and really WTC 1993.

Begala was in the Clinton administration during the WTC Feb 26, 1993 attack. He knew that day that Pat Buchanan had been right in his 1992 speech to call for immigration restriction and that Begala had endangered the country by calling Buchanan a bigot. Rather than apologize then and stop immigration, Begala kept silent.

Begala’s real hate is for his victims, the 9-11 Families, and those who died. Begala knows he can’t vent his real hate on the dead or their widows and orphans, but he can vent his hate on those who champion the cause of the 9-11 Families, Virgil Goode.

Begala deliberately did this to Pat Buchanan’s sister, Bay Buchanan so that she couldn’t tell the above truth, which is true on Begala.

==Now they question Bay Buchanan

BLITZER: Let me read once again for you, Bay, and for our viewers precisely what is in this letter that he wrote: “If American citizens don’t wake up and adopt the Virgil Goode position on immigration, there will likely be many more Muslims elected to office and demanding the use of the Koran.”

(You have to see the video to see how she was put on the spot throughout this question and the subsequent discussion.)

BAY BUCHANAN, CNN POLITICAL ANALYST: I can understand what he is trying to say. I think that his choice of words were outrageous. I think it’s a clear mistake that he made, to suggest that we should be worried that Keith Ellison is a — happens to be a Muslim, and is elected now to the Congress, wants to use a Koran.

I don’t see any problem with any of the above, none whatsoever. I think what he — what he is trying to say, which I think is a legitimate point, is that, as a nation, we should get control of our immigration laws, and make certain we have a national debate as to what is our best interests as to who is coming and who we are inviting into this country.

And that is a legitimate national debate, not what we’re doing today. But I think this is something not quite that. And I think this is a mistake.

== end of Bay Buchanan quote
http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0612/21/sitroom.01.html

Begala and Blitzer both knew this history. They both were there in 1992 when the Democrats and the MSM attacked Pat Buchanan after Buchanan’s key note speech at the RNC convention.

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After Virgil Goode they go on to Sandy Berger, a Clinton administration member who took documents out of the National Archive and tried to destroy them. He hid some under a trailer near the National Archives on a break, and then came back and retrieved them later. This was during his testimony to the 9-11 Commission.

Begala pre-emptively attacked Bay Buchanan before the Berger segment so that she couldn’t hold Begala and the Clinton team responsible for letting in the 19 hijackers as immigrants between Pat Buchanan saying stop immigration in 1996 and 9-11.


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