So basically you are going to ignore the content of the report and repeat the same failed, inaccurate talking point that Hannity fed you.I've said this before, and I'll say it again... I don't expect our government to be perfect, especially when it comes to incidents like this that take place over seas in a hostile part of the world. I've always believed that if any mistakes were made by the Administration or State Department, that we just need to learn from them so we handle things better next time. The way I see it, as long it wasn't a case of blatant incompetence or complete disregard for American lives, there is no need to look for heads to put on a chopping block.
My biggest issue with the entire Benghazi incident right from the beginning, was the fact that the Obama Administration lied to the American people, and did so not to protect national security, not because details were classified, and not as a means to prevent more violence from occuring... They lied purely for personal political gain because the truth might have negatively effected the presidents reelection bid. To make matters worse, the Administration blamed the attack and the deaths of those 4 Americans, on an innocent man who's only crime was exercising his freedom of expression by making and publishing a video on YouTube, that many Muslims found offensive... The Administration then had the man arrested and turned his life completely upside down, all because they were afraid that if they told the truth about what really happened and why, it might cost them a few votes.
They made up phony excuses and pinned the blame on an innocent person all for political gain... In my opinion, any person or party possessing that kind of selfishness and lack of character, present more of a danger to our nation than terrorism ever could and do not deserve to hold elected office PERIOD...
But that's what happens when the media abandons investigative journalism to become political cheerleaders, and half the American public acts like their voting for prom king on election day, rather than our nations leader.