Word of the Day – Benghazy

benghazy
beng•hay’•zee (adj.)
Of or related to an image, sensation, or account that has been rendered fuzzy; especially regarding memories of what past norms and standards used to be before your guy won the Electoral College vote.
Ex. “The White House is illegally using private devices, email accounts, and texting apps to send official communications; they got civilians, civilian children, an American child, and an American soldier killed on a questionable mission in the Middle East that apparently didn’t have all the appropriate measures to secure their safety. Aren’t those pretty much the conditions that you thought merited several, years-long congressional investigations of Hillary Clinton, congressman?”
“You know, now that you say it that way it kind of
sounds familiar? But my memory’s a little benghazy on what we’re supposed to investigate ever since we got a Russian president.”