Just yesterday I wrote about how our special operations forces, operating out of Djibouti, pulled off a successful rescue of nearly 100 US Embassy workers in Sudan.  Not a shot was fired, and no one was injured.

This was not the case in Benghazi, Tripoli in 2012 when four Americans died as a result of the inaction of the Secretary of State.

Case in point, the first words of the House Select Committee’s comprehensive report, Part I, “Terrorist Attack on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi.”:

“If you guys don’t get out here, we’re all going to f—-ing die.”