Megyn Kelly asks the same old long-answered questions about Benghazi
Because in order to get wingnuts to watch your show, sometimes you have to beat a dead horse.
On the December 3 edition of Fox News’ The Kelly File, Kelly hosted Republican Rep. Devin Nunes (CA) to discuss this week’s closed-door congressional testimony from two CIA contractors present in Benghazi during the attacks on September 11, 2012. During the interview, Nunes claimed that there are still unanswered questions about the administration’s response to the attacks, asking, “What were they doing? How come nobody came to help?” Kelly did not push Nunes on his claim, instead parroting it: “Your point is, they didn’t dispatch any help, even when it was unclear whether the attack had ended or not. What would be the delay when they didn’t know it was over?”
Kelly later asked if the congressional hearings had “been able to shed light … about what the president was doing at the moment of the attack and on the night in question,” to which Nunes said no. She concluded, “So we still don’t have any answers.”