Fox News Analysts Slam New York Times Benghazi Report

The New York Times published a report over the weekend that suggests that al-Qaida was not involved in the 9/11 attacks in Benghazi.

Fox News has interviewed numerous experts that contradict the New York Times’ published report.

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Fox News host Jamie Colby asked Fred Fleitz, former CIA analyst: “Is this irresponsible journalism on the part of the New York Times and is it dangerous to the nation?”

“I read this report and I was really incredulous. It seems to be an effort to revive this discredited theory that the anti-Islam video was behind it. But when you read behind the article closely, there’s various statements where the author seems to downplay the links to terrorist groups,” Fleitz said.

New York Rep. Peter King, member and former chairman of the House’s Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, told Fox News that the article was “misleading.”

Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer told, “I spent several hours with the Chief of Egyptian Intelligence, Mohammad Fareed al-Tuham. I asked him directly: was al-Qaida involved in the attack on the Benghazi embassy? He said absolutely.

So who are you going to believe? The Chief of Egyptian Intelligence or the New York Times?

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