Oct 23, 2015

The Benghazi Hearing Should Not Be, But Is, A Waste of Time - Erick on the Radio

There are still, despite a media effort to deny it, a lot we do not know about Libya and Benghazi. Only now do we have Ambassador Stephens' emails. Only recently did we learn that Hillary Clinton was being privately advised by people with financial interests in the Libyan outcome. For example, it is clear from Hillary Clinton's emails that the Obama Administration did not want regime change in...

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