‘The White House happens to gain in a major way from all of this’
Outrage over National Security Administration surveillance measures of American citizens actually comes as a welcome relief for President Obama, argued radio host Aaron Klein on Sunday.
The reason, Klein posited on New York City’s WABC Radio, is that the fury will actually distract America from other scandals – namely the Benghazi massacre and the IRS tea-party targeting – that hold much more power to do the White House harm.
“Yet now this NSA scandal is going to dominate the headlines for a long time, as opposed to the other scandals that have the potential to bring down members of the Obama administration, maybe even the president himself,” Klein told WND in an interview after the show. “It’s classic distraction by overload.”
“The White House happens to gain in a major way from all of this,” Klein said on New York’s WABC Radio.