McCain Alleges Massive Cover-Up on Benghazi, Slams David Gregory

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Things got heated on Meet the Press Sunday morning when Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) alleged a massive Benghazi cover-up and slammed host David Gregory.

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    Is there anything that the government does NOT cover up, these days? Twelve years after the attack, the most basic questions about 9/11 remain unanswered, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. We have millions of classified documents, and few if any investigative journalists in the lapdog media. And when even non-classified information is published -- as it was by wikileaks, for example -- we go into a furor, with people like McCain calling for the publishers to be executed. ... All of this secrecy and silence enables factions in the government to get away with murder. Policy is often made by foreign and corporate lobbies, behind closed doors. Accountability is dead. ... When Nixon kept the war against Cambodia secret, he wasn't hiding the war from the Cambodians: They knew they were being bombed. It is only we Americans who were kept in the dark. We are the last to know.

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