Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) asked NBC’s David Gregory a question Sunday that should be asked of virtually every media member in this country.
During a heated exchange about the attack on our consulate in Benghazi, Libya, last year, McCain said to his Meet the Press host, “Do you care whether four Americans died?”
McCain makes the simple point that, had the people at the consulate been interviewed about the attack the following day, the administration would have known it was not a protest about a video, if they didn’t already know. Why were they not interviewed by the government?
I’m not even sure they’ve been interviewed yet, except some apparently have by some media. We have no list, no names, nothing, and apparently no media curiosity from the likes of Gregory.