On Today’s Show…
This week, the U.S. State Department gave an official terrorist designation to an Egyptian network and its leader. What State didn’t do was identify this network as having been involved in the Benghazi attack, even though it’s been widely acknowledged as a suspect network. Even NBC news has reported on this network’s alleged role in the 9/11/12 attack in Benghazi.
Making this State Department designation even more explosive is how and when it came to be. The group’s leader was reportedly released by the Muslim Brotherhood government under Mohammed Mursi in the weeks before his ouster on July 3rd. In fact, the Arab Spring is responsible for freeing from jail of the founder of this network, which was formed after his release. Mohammed Mursi is then reportedly responsible for releasing him after Benghazi. Could this be a primary reason why the Obama administration doesn’t want the truth about Benghazi known?
Also, what will the Obama administration’s withholding of aid to Egypt mean for the case against Malik Obama in Egypt. Is Egypt’s new government going to take increased interest in the case – which has been filed with the country’s Attorney General – or will it take less interest? The answer may surprise you.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee exposed Sarah Hall Ingram of the IRS in a major way. In fact, over a five minute span, Jordan seemed to implicate Ingram in the commission of a felony that would constituted five years in prison.
Also, what about that Washington Redskins controversy?