Of course, The SECRETARY OF STATE, Charlotte Lamb.<quoted text>
And has been noted many times, when Charlotte Lamb was asked directly if budget cuts led to decreased security at Benghazi, she said no. The decreased security is directly attributable to decisions made by the State Dept. The links have been given time and again.
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The DEPUTY secretary of state, Charlotte Lamb said..
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The ASSISTANT Secretary of State Cha...
Nope. That's not it either!
The Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Charlo.....
The FORMER DEPUTY ASSISTANT secretary of state, Charlotte Lamb (whew, I think I finally got all the assistants and deputies and formers all worked out properly in her title)
who said that SHE didn't know about a funding cut, outweighs the actual spending bill that was passed into law that we can review right now in the Congressional Record and see that the spending was cut, and the testimony of Congressmen who admitted that they cut the spending?
Really? Let's use her testimony since it's what we're predisposed to want to hear?
Really? How does that work?