There is a ton of information floating around about what really happened at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. If you listen to Obama, Biden and rest of that team, you will have already heard a number of lies and cover-ups. And like so many other things, the more lying and covering up that is done, the more different conspiracy theories begin to abound.

What makes for a good conspiracy theory is having parts of it based on evidence that has been determined to be true. Once you establish what is supposed to be true, you start adding the meat and flesh of your conspiracy around that frame until you get the creature you desire.

One conspiracy I recently read kind of peaked my interest. I’m not saying this is true and I’m not saying it’s not true. But there could be just enough truth in it to make it plausible.

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