Actor Dean Cain, best known for his title role in the 1990s series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, talked about a bunch of different stuff in this interview. The part most interesting to me was his thoughts on Benghazi:
Well, I have a real problem with foreign policy. I think we’ve been looking weak, and the Benghazi scandal thing, for me, has been a horrible situation. I have too many friends who are Navy SEALs and too many friends who are vets…. It’s just horrific to me, and then to have an administration whitewash it — and that’s exactly what happened — and they can call it whatever they want to, but, um, those new emails that came out, it’s a nice little bit of quote “smoking gun” if you will, I just think it’s not a surprise to me, it’s just that I’m glad it’s finally getting out there.
Dean is absolutely right. This kind of manipulation, lying, and cover-up from this Administration on Benghazi should have the country outraged. Instead, half the country and the media is trying their hardest to make this a “non-issue”.