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-- in just a few hours three whistle blowers and have been -- terror attack will testify all are expected to assert.
That the Obama administration did not tell the truth about what led up to -- -- blew the response itself.
And they did not tell the truth.
About that and the question is who edited the talking points went up the intelligence community why was that the State Department a White House.
Is this a national security cover up lieutenant colonel Ralph Peters is a fox -- -- TD analyst and author of this brand new book.
-- or Richmond we'll discuss that later but first things first colonel.
What do you think is the area which you hope the most focuses on today.
The cover up because we can't get the lives back.
Them clearly to me.
When it all went down -- being Ghazi the administration facing election.
Went into panic mode wanted to contain it don't send in the military don't let don't blow this into a bigger thing is going to be.
And they put politics.
Above the security of our diplomatic person like you say that they said they just didn't know they were trying to assemble all the facts and -- chaotic situation.
Well the -- I understand chaotic situations but they were hearing from the ground in Benghazi and Tripoli that this was a major terrorist attack look.
The but I'm angry and bottom line for me is.
The Obama administration is telling so many lies about being Ghazi and its aftermath.
They make and Nigerian phones cameras look like paragon of integrity and what I hope happens today.
Is these men who -- testifying.
Don't lose your nerve in the clinch and they methodically and objectively lay out those lies were told to the American people.
Ed Henry had some direct questions for Jay Carney about that very topic let's listen.
Last week you said this podium that departments of state and defense.
Head told you they had told congress and I said that they were not aware of anyone else of either department wanted to come forward and say anything about this.
Now that there are.
Looks like at least two or three witnesses are going to be speaking to paralyze it.
Speaking publicly -- hearing on Wednesday.
Do you think -- told -- the whole story last week as.
I understand it do these these witnesses are going to talk to congress and we have said.
We are not aware of anyone who has.
Been blocked from speaking to congress if they so choose to or want to speak to congress.
It's not an -- -- of the last eight months we are unaware of anyone being blocked from talking to congress.
So and one of those people is Gregory hicks you know and -- Gregory hicks is the deputy under ambassador Stevens may be the last person he talked it was this -- -- terror attack.
He says it will testify today reportedly that he was ready -- there was a team ready to launch from Tripoli.
And they got the -- they got the orders from special operations command in Africa to abort.
That to me is the most grievous crime to not help our guys who have their lives on the line and many would who would die -- -- -- let's be clear.
The military would not have given that order on their own initiative the military's instinct is to run in a ride to the sound of the guns go to the rescue.
That clearly was directed from Washington.
And I personally believe it would have been very difficult if not impossible to save those four lives especially.
Be the ambassador because of the time lines but we should've tried.
Weird people are under fire.
You don't sit back and say well you hope the smoke blows over and -- so.
Obama administration's case was cowardly.
And they sacrificed American lives for politics and the American people need to understand that despite the fact that these stabbed us from the media.
Would cover for Obama no matter what he did say he is -- served our country as lieutenant colonel.
You're an unbelievable analysis and you also have another great book out.
-- -- Richmond it's a fictional account of what happened during our civil -- what's the answer account of one month.
The bloodiest month in American history until late the late last year war to 88000 American casualties in thirty days -- -- The battles in northern in Northern Virginia.
In May and June and 1864 the -- campaign -- in this cold hard -- -- We were more divided -- 88000 Americans one month.
Blue and -- killing each other sale in the greatest fighting force in the world turn their guns on each other -- significant and -- a part of American history.
That we have to study lieutenant corrupt there's always great to see it.
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