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Course -- State Department admits it was -- but.
Have they really answered.
All the questions.
The independent panel -- -- -- Ben Ghazi is out and you'll want.
Mistakes were made lives were lost lessons need to learn from it says that mistakes were made.
The state that.
-- mess and did not execute this program live.
Just into the Fox -- -- it appears heads are starting to roll after that Ben Ghazi report issued late yesterday.
There were mistakes made it at our consulate -- -- -- but nobody's really at fault.
And nobody is going to be disciplined and you saw that coming that's that's that's.
I did the Associated Press.
Is now reporting the US State Department security chief and two others have proffered their resignations after the report.
On what led up to that Ben -- attack came out.
There was a breakdown have been -- around September 11.
That is stark.
And challenging to all of us in public life.
It's imperative that senator.
Did testify in an open setting prior to any news had prepared statement.
The buildings that special -- many guys who did not -- department standards for office buildings in high threat areas.
People -- -- it's a dangerous world we're.
And I think that this report is -- significantly advance.
Security interest of those personnel of our country.
At the time of the -- the compound did not have all the security features.
And equipment did -- when I read it.
The independent panel review today -- of mistakes were made it what did that no money.
Was at fault.
And then nobody is gonna be disciplined when I was so shocked.
By that outcome I'll almost faded down almost got a concussion.
Yeah earlier today after the early Sunday ARV State Department reports three State Department employees resign.
So is Ben Ghazi now settled or -- still unanswered questions what does Governor Sarah Palin think she joins us good evening governor and your thought tonight.
About the report the State Department internal report.
Well I have someone said today quite ironic -- that there's an admittance of mistakes being made but nobody made them.
Nobody -- Really taking responsibility for the mistakes being made I look forward to hearing Secretary Clinton when she does.
Have opportunity to testify because there are so many unanswered questions.
And kudos to Fox News for being -- V news outlet that stayed on top of the story Americans deserve these answers.
I must say with some.
Level of pride in an all the sort of heat we took from people saying that it wasn't the story.
Indeed today many of senator Dick Durbin say mistakes were made -- mean there was a lot of resistance at.
My colleagues set for instance were kept from the State Department conference call whenever -- was -- Then the CIA had a briefing in and they didn't include Fox News.
And then that there was a security that the DNI released a report and everybody got up but Fox News that there's now a lot of resistance to MIA -- security colleagues getting this information so.
I do take some -- them.
I'm the fact that three resigned today what does that mean.
Well I think are ready to explore the significant.
-- that that's significant but as Stiller and Greta I think the bottom line that is it's so frustrating from two Americans as we were defeat and we were led in -- season of election mean -- -- -- That led to believe something that there was other than true I'm just relying too.
And dad yes some heads where are rolling now but day -- still so many.
Questions that are have not been answered and it just really illustrate that lack of transparency in the Obama administration for the president even to get out there on the national stage.
And tell Americans un truths about this situation and -- Ghazi.
Really big CT and asked the question what else does tees insane -- -- that would.
And being deceptive I believe it's many many things that he would say and do being deceptive.
What's the -- curious there -- two letter sent by secretary of state Hillary Clinton last night late last night to -- chairman of the the two foreign relations committee in the house and the senate.
And she talks about how immediately -- eyes run al-Qaeda.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Well I -- Wind is during that the campaign in those final days Barack Obama wanted to keep that false narrative alive that.
Nobel Peace Prize winning president of hours.
It didn't pretty much quashing the the did terrorist activities if you will of as some of these it Islamic countries that he.
I was able to reach out and and they kind of -- in the tirade of that that he treated and the that violence coming from some of these countries.
As that pertaining to relationships with Americans and end -- not -- I mean -- they even told Americans that al-Qaeda was on the run and that is not -- -- they're on the run but it's towards America not away from America and that play out in May godly.
Well that's certainly true they would say that because my colleague Catherine -- saw an August 16 that classified cable.
In which there -- complaints that there were ten but al-Qaeda.
-- training camps in the area of Ben Ghazi is a little bit hard to say that al-Qaeda is on the run at that weapon and ask about some doubts governor.
Time magazine announcing its person of the year once again it's President Obama not time magazine says is for the time the presidents success in quote.
Forging a new majority to create -- more perfect union Governor Palin found.
Your thoughts on that.
The path towards a more perfect union is our constitution.
And I think that we have seen any examples of our president not necessarily following the constitution in fact want me to change the constitution because he sees it as.
A charter of and it negatives and that he he's made statements in the past about his.
His view of our constitution then that's.
That you know following it is the blueprint towards a more perfect union -- time magazine I think that -- -- irrelevancy there to tell you the truth to -- consider.
-- a list of the most influential people in the country and the world.
Some who have made that list.
Yours truly that got to tell you something right there -- regarding.
The that the credence that we should give time magazine in their list of them.
Less -- passive but -- -- -- it's funny era in looking at there -- at the present choices he was chosen that before because aliens first elected.
By you know the thing that strikes me is that I can't get it's time magazine that says this sort of goofy stuff about like you have whatever that whatever their criteria is for seeking amid great adversity creative work perfect -- exactly what that means I don't know but that's -- and the president president didn't pick those words -- time magazine -- I've put them back put the -- put my finger at time magazine when it gets a little silly about how much you.
I I think that those are some silly words chosen to describe Barack Obama when I first heard that of the first thing that popped in my mind was what the heck -- he done what really what has he done except drive us over.
A fiscal cliff which we are over and now it's time to fill -- but at the bottom of that cliff has just.
Now a matter of bad degree of how hard we're gonna hit bottom but you know other than that really what -- -- -- to unify and make our nation.
Eight more perfect union for the life of me I don't know Greta.
Let the -- is successfully winning now hotly contested election I would give him haven't given time magazine that put him on a cover for that because that's certainly was.
There's a highly contested that race -- -- turn to another issue a Christian American pastor.
Locked up in Iran -- -- -- Abbott Dini was born in Iran but he is a US citizen now he was arrested.
Back in September when he was on a trip to Iran to visit his parents.
Before coming United States have a -- spent years as a leader in Iran's underground Christian community organizing churches in handing out bibles and streets.
And Iran has not yet formally charged him with a crime but when the revolutionary guard arrested them.
He was told he would have to pay for his Christian missionary work.
Hispanic courses desperate to -- involved has reached out to our State Department no luck there at least not so far.
So governor panicked thought tonight about Christian in Iran who is now.
I do hope the State Department will get involved in this you know he is a US citizen and it I think this illustrates to build that that brutality that lack of freedom in these Islamic countries and makes you wonder why is -- that we're led to believe Americans collectively led to believe that.
Perhaps it's just a fine thing for Americans to be willing to.
Spend and shed our own blood and treasure to usher in Sharia a democracy in the Middle East -- sure -- a lot does call for apostate those who would convert to christianity.
They can be put to death why is that that we would advocate especially sending our sons and daughters in conflict.
They being willing to make the -- -- sacrifice to usher in -- re a democracy in the Middle East we really need to rethink what it is that we're doing is some of these countries.
And our monetary support and and military support of some of these countries that would -- support such a thing.
But -- so -- if you look at the flip side imagine imminent Christian converting to become a Muslim we would never around.
We would never you know stolen the person or sentence a person death -- at the -- we know you know the enormous amount of fact how arts in this country.
And yet does so many of our -- to -- Americans were at face in just the opposite other places.
And -- and that is the most excellent points thank you for making that point this is America we have these freedoms.
And -- -- willing to fight and die for our freedoms that's why so extremely important to protect our constitution.
We are tolerant of other religions and other view points and nowhere else but America do we have such a privilege such a blessing to be able to.
Live as we do.
We didn't know much better though in terms of recognizing people's -- sure I will say that I'm a -- the last redneck -- thank you.