The woman is a serial liar…
Former Obama official Susan Rice’s claim just a few months ago that the Assad regime “voluntarily and verifiably” gave up its chemical weapons stockpile earned a full rebuke from a prominent fact-checker on Monday in the wake of last week’s chemical attack.
The Washington Post fact-checker gave the former national security adviser a rating of “four Pinocchios” — the worst rating on their truth scale.
“The reality is that there were continued chemical-weapons attacks by Syria,” the Post wrote.
This was after another fact-checking outfit, PolitiFact, retracted its “mostly true” rating for a 2014 claim from then-Secretary of State John Kerry that “100 percent” of those weapons were removed from Syria.
Rice’s claim, however, was more recent. In January, she told NPR that the Obama administration was able to “find a solution” on Syria that didn’t require the use of force – and still dealt with the chemical weapons threat, using diplomacy.
“We were able to get the Syrian government to voluntarily and verifiably give up its chemical weapons stockpile,” she claimed.
Then came last week’s attack that killed dozens and that the U.S. suspects involved sarin nerve gas…