Benghazi could have been prevented. Those were the findings in a newly released bipartisan report
from the Senate Intelligence Committee that blamed the State Department
for failing to protect the U.S. consulate in eastern Libya.
During its nightly All Things Considered program on Wednesday, NPR anchor Audie Cornish and reporter Tom Gjelten spent nearly four minutes discussing
the report without uttering the names Obama and Clinton once. Gjelten
even made a bit of a gaffe about the Democrats. On Thursday, NPR’s
Morning Edition didn’t bother to cover Benghazi, but instead found time
to discuss whether or not Florida would decide that medical marijuana should be given to children with seizures.