Unlike most in the media, Judge Jeanine Pirro has not let the Benghazi story go. She’s still on the case, keeping it alive until the new congress convenes in January and they take it up, again.
On this Weekend’s, Justice with Jeanine, she lambasted Sec of State, Hillary Clinton for finally being willing to talk about her review board’s findings, comparing her to a defendant in a criminal case, who waits until everyone else has spoken. Clinton’s accountability review board’s findings, Pirro scoffed, should be filed right next to the 1998 report on the attacks on Kenya and Tanzania.
She also skewered the Obama administration for failing to take action against Syria once a red line, defined by Obama as seeing “a bunch of chemical weapons being moved around or being utilized”, was crossed. Now that intelligence tells us that the Assad Regime has been moving around a bunch of chemical weapons, the red line has moved to there will be consequences for making “the terrible mistake by using the chemical records on their own people.”
What’s next for “the red line” now that reports are coming in that they’ve done just that?
The Obama Regime’s message to terrorists, Pirro says is, “we’re not strong, we don’t mean what we say and we don’t say what we mean.”
Pirro talked to Congressman David Rivera of Miami, a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, who will be hearing Clinton’s testimony when she appears before his committee. She pressed him to ask the questions that haven’t been asked yet – like – did she watch any of the attack on the compound in Benghazi?
Video Via Massteaparty
Pirro also had Brigitte Gabriel on to talk about the escalating violence in Syria.
Weasel Zipper: Egypt Arrests Jihadist Involved In Benghazi Terror Attack…
Via NBC News:
A suspect accused of involvement in the attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans in Libya has been arrested in Egypt, two intelligence sources in Cairo told NBC News Saturday.
Mohammed Abu Jamal Ahmed, allegedly a member of a militant group, was detained in Cairo where he lives, the sources said.
In addition to the allegations that he was involved in the attack in Benghazi, he is also accused of transporting weapons from Libya to Egypt, the sources added.