Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Roger Simon reports that two heretofore unknown diplomats are lawyering up in preparation to testifying in the Benghazi affair.

According to Simon, they will address the reasons Ambassador Stevens was there in the first place, and that General Ham was threatened with being relieved of his position when he wanted to send reinforcements but was told to stand down.  He later quietly retired.  I'd sure like to hear from him.

Anyway, we can only hope that this gathers traction as fast as possible.

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