(version III)House Intel Committee dismisses some Benghazi myths – Lauren French – POLITICO

Published November 24, 2014 by wallacedarwin

http://www.politico.com/story/2014/11/benghazi-house-intelligence-committee-myths-113107.html?ml=po

BENGHAZI BOGUS CHARGES DEBUNKED by INVESTIGATORS 🙂

NOW we’ll be hearing interviews with the loudest voices of the RIGHT-WING “Get Obama/Hillary” zealots who now whisper “I don’t recall saying that. I didn’t really support laying it on the administration till all the facts were sorted out…our base supporters got over exited & misread our position.”:-D

VIRTUALLY ALL MEDIA outlets report predominantly  identical facts/sources 🙂

http://www.politico.com/story/2014/11/benghazi-house-intelligence-committee-myths-113107.html?ml=po

The House Intelligence Committee
dismissed on Friday a number of
the most persistent myths about the 2012 terrorist attacks at a diplomatic outpost in Benghazi.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/11/benghazi-house-intelligence-committee-myths-113107.html#ixzz3JykP7XXc

The committee,
**chaired by Republican Chairman Mike Rogers of Michigan, found the U.S. government
**didn’t fail to send assistance to the Americans under siege by Islamic militants and there was
**no “stand down order” from the State Department. The committee also
**dismissed the notion that there was an “intelligence failure” the allowed the attacks to occur.

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Excerpted
11/24/14

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/11/benghazi-house-intelligence-committee-myths-113107.html#ixzz3JycPURl7

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