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Look at who's talking and another big talker done on Capitol Hill.
The September 11 attack on our consulate in -- doesn't.
-- we now know that there was intelligence leading up to the attacks that warned of security -- senator Dianne Feinstein.
Who is one of the chairs on congress' intelligence oversight committee.
Has been leading the investigation into what went wrong in -- -- and now she says that it's not the intelligence it should be blamed but instead.
The decision makers.
Reviewed all of the threat warnings by the intelligence community.
There were multiple threat warnings well over 200.
I have read the priority warnings I believe that the intelligence.
Was good in my view you can't blame the intelligence I think you have to blame the decision makers who didn't really make the right decision.
Well the security warning is what congressman Mike Rogers is also talking about this morning.
He says there was gross negligence in protecting the Americans -- -- The more we know about this and I think Diane said it well that there the intelligence was given me the threat -- the threat stream was very clear leading up to that 9/11 event.
And what happened even two days later in Tunisia by the way we had another al-Qaeda event on the thirteenth.
Killed four people to -- Asians who were protecting the US embassy there so in a matter of two days yet Nik and al-Qaeda affiliated event.
The intelligence said hey they're looking for western targets they want to be more aggressive all of that was right.
What I find just absolute gross negligence.
Was that they did not take the right precautions to protect the ambassador and consulate employees -- -- nor did they have the right plans in place to get them out and that's what -- say this is a serious serious well event.
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