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What the mainstream media once considered semi-racist conspiracy theories of the tinfoil hat crowd is re-emerging as a major story in Washington. The news cycle is moving quickly, but here are three powerful videos that will get you up to speed.
Early this morning, Joe Scarborough exploded at panelist Donnie Deutsch for warning the GOP off the Benghazi story. (Skip ahead to 7:00 for the good stuff.)
A few hours later, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) grilled retired Air Force Brigadier General Robert Lovell, who served as Deputy Director for Intelligence and Knowledge Development Directorate for AFRICOM at the time of the attack. Towards the end, a choked-up Lovell states, “We obviously did not respond in time to get there.” “Could we have?” asks Chaffetz. “We may have been able to, but we’ll never know.”
On the other side of Pennsylvania Avenue, an unsteady Jay Carney was peppered with questions from several networks, but saved most of his sneering contempt for Fox News’ Ed Henry.