I was reading the following article on Fox.
House lawmaker blocks $450M in US assistance to Egypt
Read the article.
It is a short one by the Associated Press about a Republican lawmaker, Kay Granger (TX), who was holding up the vote approving aid to Egypt over the recent embassy attacks by Islamic film critics.
This caught my eye:
More recently, demonstrators breached the U.S. Embassy in Cairo to protest an anti-Islam video
Where do I start?
By "more recently" do they perhaps mean on 9/11? An attack on 9/11 is now relegated to "more recently" by the AP?
Also, not to be nitpicking, I think the term they are looking for is "overran". Breached seems like they were just inside the wall and the US forces held them at bay.
The real kicker though is obviously the bit about the film. The AP knows damned well that this has been determined to be a terrorist attack and not about the film. A film that it has been strongly speculated that none, or at least very few, of the protesters had ever even heard about.
Reality is that the AP has become state media. They are now getting their talking points from the Obama administration.