Detailed account of deadly Benghazi episode undermines partisan political blame game
For my purposes, it’s probably best to give you the last paragraph of the story I’m sharing before I link to the rest of it.
It’s all about last month’s deadly attack on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Here’s how Garance Franke-Ruta, senior editor of The Atlantic, concludes her long essay on the matter:
Whatever was said by senior [Obama] administration officials in the immediate aftermath of the attack, a few things are clear now. There is no cover-up. There are lingering questions about security strategy. And there is one hell of an amazing tale of heroism and bravery on the part of the diplomatic security personnel and rapid reaction forces on the ground during the attack.
Now, read the whole thing HERE.