CIA rushed to saved diplomats.. Repubs kept crying till CIA releases reports.
U.S. officials said they decided to offer a detailed account of the CIA’s role to rebut media reports that have suggested that agency leaders delayed sending help to State Department officials seeking to fend off a heavily armed mob.
Instead, U.S. intelligence officials insisted that CIA operatives in Benghazi and Tripoli made decisions rapidly throughout the assault with no interference from Washington.
“There was no second- guessing those decisions being made on the ground, by people at every U.S. organization that could play a role in assisting those in danger,” a senior U.S. intelligence official said in a prepared statement that summarized the chronology of the attack and was made available to news organizations.
Everyone told you right wingers to wait for the story to unfold.. the government doesn't rush out to give you any piece of news when you crave it, just because you think you have a "right" to know it RIGHT NOW!
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