“Damning details about this national scandal continue to emerge, even as the administration hunkers down and tries to wait it out”
By Guy Benson
How inadequate was the security provided by the locals? Read on:
This would have been less of a problem if our own government had provided resources to adhere to its own bare minimum security standards, but as we know, that never happened. Watch Fox News' national security correspondent Catherine Herridge explain why she thinks the newly-unearthed cables
And where was the president as all of this happened? Back to the aforementioned report from Jake Tapper:
In other words, the White House is stonewalling -- at least through the election, and possibly beyond. Someone made the ultimate call not to use force to save those Americans' lives. It might have been the president, despite his casual claims to the contrary. It might have been Secretary Clinton. We don't know because the administration continues to hide behind its "ongoing investigation." If there were bad decisions made by people at the highest level, no such inquiry is necessary. Top officials know exactly who made these decisions -- they just don't want the American people to share that knowledge, at least not yet.
The president is taking a hands-off approach to this sham of an investigation. What a surprise. I guess he's got his hands full with more important things these days, just as he evidently did before and during the 9/11 terrorist attack that killed four Americans, including a sitting Ambassador.
"The process was isolated at the most senior level." These "senior level" officials are the ones clinging to the investigation excuse. It's now completely obvious why. An absolute disgrace.