Cenk Uygur goes ballistic over FOX and GOP views on Benghazi, unleashes torrent of f-bombs

So, Cenk, how do you really feel about the news that a select committee will be established to investigate Benghazi?

The ‘Young Turk’ went off the deep end on Friday over the exchange between Fox News Channel anchor Bret Baier and former top White House aide Tommy Vietor regarding changes to the talking points about Benghazi.

A video of the entire segment appears below and is worth watching if, for nothing else, comic relief, but if you’d like to cut directly to the fireworks, Uygur’s f-bomb-laced tirade begins at around 2:39 (caution: extreme vulgarity alert).

He begins it by proclaiming that he’s “so f**king bored by this,” then quickly moves on to a holier-than-thou sermon about how he has been critical of the White House on Benghazi and believes they likely fudged talking points here.

If in fact he said any such thing, he’s done an amazing if inexplicable job of expurgating all instances of his criticisms of this administration from the Internet.

Whether he said it or not, Uygur is eager to move on to other topics. How eager? Here is a sample:

Get the f**k outta here with Benghazi! It’s a tiny little f**king thing, man! ‘Oh, they changed it from ‘attacks’ to ‘demonstrations.’ Who gives a f**k about that?! Move the f**k on already, man!


LU Staff

LU Staff

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