On February 11th, 2014, Madeleine Morgenstern of The Blaze reported that a Republican-led House Armed Services Committee is set to release a report on the 2012 attack in Benghazi, which concludes that the military was never ordered to "stand down" during the attack and refrain from attempting to help Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the others who were killed in the attack.
A House committee formally concluded for the first time that there was no military "stand down" order given on the night of the deadly terror attacks in Benghazi, Libya.
It's a finding that one committee aide acknowledged to TheBlaze, "some people are going to be upset about." The allegation that the military was told to stand down on aiding the Americans in Benghazi has long been used to accuse the Obama administration of not doing enough to save the lives of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and others during the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks.
Incidentally, one of those people who will "be upset about" the finding is Glenn Beck, Morgenstern's boss, who has spent over a year accusing President Obama of intentionally leaving the Benghazi personnel die.
Even better. As was pointed out by Kyle Mantyla of RightWingWatch, Beck once declared that anyone who would repeat demonstrably false statements regardless of that facts about a situation like this is a pathological liar with "deep psychological problems."
So it's official: Glenn Beck, by his own admission, is guano loco.