A murdered ambassador reduced to an answer on a game show? We would never have expected “Jeopardy,” a show ostensibly geared toward a mature, thinking audience, to stoop to something so low. Viewers were shocked and disgusted:
Did Benghazi and the murder of Ambassador Stevens just come up on JEOPARDY??
— Robyn (@robdetf) November 8, 2012
@hannahallam that is pretty crass
— betsy hiel (@betsy_hiel) November 8, 2012
— Persian Girl (@persiangrlprob) November 8, 2012
— Dan Hickman (@dchickman) November 8, 2012
@hannahallam – grotesque
— Nicole Gaouette (@nicolegaouette) November 8, 2012
Not cool RT @hannahallam: On Jeopardy now, question about city where Amb Stevens was killed in an attack. ‘What is Benghazi?’ for $1,000
— Trita Parsi (@tparsi) November 8, 2012
Whoa–What is Tasteless?Alex Trebeck asking what city Ambassador Stevens died in for a @jeopardy question.
— Geralyn Lasher (@glasher) November 8, 2012
— Marian Nolan (@broodcow) November 8, 2012
Absolutely shameful. But as vile as that was, one viewer pointed out something well worth noting:
— Terry Lathan (@GOPJunkie) November 8, 2012