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Wallace Hits Stonewall on Benghazi: Were Drones above City Armed?

Chris Wallace this morning pressed Virginia Senator Mark Warner, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, on whether the American drones monitoring the Benghazi attack were armed. Wallace challenged Warner’s assertion that disclosing this information would give up valuable intelligence:

I can understand how it would be politically embarrassing for the administration if it turns out those drones were armed and the weapons were not fired when those men, the Americans, were under attack for seven hours. I can’t understand how it would give up valuable intelligence. Can you tell me directly, Were the drones armed or not that were flying over Benghazi and were recording it in real time? 

Watch Wallace come crashing in to the continuing Democratic stonewall on this issue. 

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