January 23, 2014

Benghazi and the Smearing of Chris Stevens

Greg Hicks, Wall Street Journal

The Associated Press

Last week the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence issued its report on the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya. The report concluded that the attack, which resulted in the murder of four Americans, was "preventable." Some have been suggesting that the blame for this tragedy lies at least partly with Ambassador Chris Stevens, who was killed in the attack. This is untrue: The blame lies entirely with Washington.

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TAGGED: Benghazi, Chris Stevens, Libya, Barack Obama, United States, Carter Ham

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