Two years late the truth about Benghazi 9-11/12 finally comes out:
Friday night, the Fox News Channel aired its special documentary, ′13 Hours in Benghazi′, hosted by anchorman Bret Baier. Based on the new book by Mitchell Zuckoff, we finally hear from eyewitnesses who were actually on the ground during the attacks in Benghazi, Libya the night of September 11, 2012. Three private security contractors who were part of the CIA annex security team were interviewed by Baier at length, telling their story of the terrorist attacks on our diplomatic consulate and CIA annex. We hear from their own lips about the frustration about not being permitted to rush to the consulate to save Ambassador Chris Stevens and his consulate staff. Also, about the long, anxious hours that followed as they called repeatedly for air support, which never came.
Go here to read the rest. Go here to watch part of the Fox interview last night with the three Blackwater security operatives who were on the ground in Benghazi, and fought to save the ambassador and his staff. The truth about Benghazi is painfully simple: we had able warriors on the ground, but unfortunately cowards in charge back in Washington. Why it has taken two years for these men to be finally interviewed I will leave for you to guess.