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On October 10, security officials from the State Department testified before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on the massacre of our American Ambassador to Libya and three of his associates. You can watch the video online.
Among those asking questions on the committee was Ohio Republican Jim Jordan, a GING-PAC endorsed candidate.
Jordan appeared on the Glenn Beck show to provide some background on what happened during the hearing.
Clearly, the Obama Administration’s lame excuse that the attack on our Consulate was a protest against an anti-Islam YouTube trailer is unraveling. Security officials knew within 24 hours that it was a well-planned Islamist attack.
The day before the House committee hearing, the State Department called reporters (except Fox News) to a conference call to spin the story about why they’d used the video as an excuse for the attack.
Byron York with the Washington Examiner wonders aloud if Paul Ryan will hit Joe Biden hard tonight during the debate on the Libyan massacre and the cover-up of what really happened.
According to York:
“In a series of events that could not have been predicted just a few weeks ago, the day before the VP debate saw a significant addition to President Obama’s record. A House committee heard extensive testimony establishing that the Obama administration refused requests for heightened security from ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and his aides, requests made just weeks before Stevens and three other Americans were murdered in a terrorist attack timed to coincide with the anniversary of September 11. House testimony also established beyond any doubt that Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, White House spokesman Jay Carney, and UN Ambassador Susan Rice all made untrue statements when they attributed the attack to angry protests over an anti-Muslim video.
“So what will Ryan say about President Obama’s recent record on Libya? ‘The term I would use is “unraveling,” says a member of Team Ryan, referring not just to the Libya affair but to Obama’s larger foreign policy. ‘I would not at all be surprised if Congressman Ryan uses it.’”