“The purpose of Wednesday’s hearing of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee was to examine security lapses that led to the killing in Benghazi last month of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three others. But in doing so, the lawmakers reminded us why ‘congressional intelligence’ is an oxymoron,” wrote Dana Milbank of the Washington Post. “Through their outbursts, cryptic language and boneheaded questioning of State Department officials, the committee members left little doubt that one of the two compounds at which the Americans were killed, described by the administration as a ‘consulate’ and a nearby ‘annex,’ was a CIA base. They did this, helpfully, in a televised public hearing.”
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