Cliff May over at the National Review’s “The Corner” reports today…

“Sent to me by a source in the government: “The Iraqi explosives story is a fraud. These weapons were not there when US troops went to this site in 2003. The IAEA and its head, the anti-American Mohammed El Baradei, leaked a false letter on this issue to the media to embarrass the Bush administration. The US is trying to deny El Baradei a second term and we have been on his case for missing the Libyan nuclear weapons program and for weakness on the Iranian nuclear weapons program.”

I didn’t know that Mohammed El Baradei worked for the New York Times, or CBS News for that matter…interesting.


MORE: The Truth Laid Bear has a good wrap of all the events.

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