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December 29, 2013
I don’t know it was an exhaustive investigation. That al-Qaeda was not involved. There was some level of preplanning, we know that. There was aspiration to conduct an attack by al-Qaeda and their affiliates in Libya. We know that.
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) • Pushing back on yesterday’s New York Times investigation on Benghazi, which suggested the GOP-driven narrative on the 2012 attack was off base. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA)—who has led a number of hearings about the attacks—was a little more accepting of NYT reporter David Kirkpatrick’s work, but disputed the claim that a anti-Islam video sparked the terror attack and stood by al-Qaeda ties. Kirkpatrick spent a month covering this story.
16:49 // 6 months ago
December 2, 2013
11:59 // 7 months ago
June 6, 2013
Within the last few years, this program was used to stop a terrorist attack in the United States. We know that. It’s important. It fills in a little seam that we have, and it’s used to make sure that there is not an international [nexus] to any terrorism event if there may be one ongoing. So in that regard, it is a very valuable thing.
Rep. Mike Rogers, House Intelligence Committee Chairman • Defending a recently revealed NSA program, which collected tens of millions phone records from Verizon, during a press conference on Thursday afternoon. Rep. Rogers claimed that the extremely unpopular program has already prevented at least one act of terrorism, but declined to divulge any additional details, saying such information is still in the process of being declassified. source
15:49 // 1 year ago
December 31, 2012
Every one of these is reviewed, and rest assured, the public reports about civilian casualties are not just a little bit wrong, they are wildly wrong.
Republican Rep. Mike Rogers • During a discussion of the House Intelligence Committee’s review process, for U.S. drone strikes in foreign countries, with Ohio’s Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich on the House floor Monday. The current chairman of the House Intelligence Committee also said he believes ”that people use those reports for their own political purposes outside of the country to try to put pressure on the United States.” source
15:33 // 1 year ago
April 8, 2011
Not out of the Planned Parenthood woods yet: REUTERS FLASH: Senate will hold separate vote on family planning provision -Rep. Mike Rogers

Not out of the Planned Parenthood woods yet: REUTERS FLASH: Senate will hold separate vote on family planning provision -Rep. Mike Rogers

22:42 // 3 years ago