On Tuesday night the State Department held a conference call in which they claimed that they never concluded that the September 11 attacks this year in Libya stemmed from protests over an American-made anti-Muslim film. The revelation contradicts nearly a week of persistant statements from the White House and cabinet insisting that the attack was solely a reaction to the amateur Youtube video. The House Oversight Committee held tense hearings Wednesday on the attacks where State Department officials testified. During the hearings Eric Nordstrom, the one-time regional security office and State Department's point man in Libya, told the committee that his superiors worked against him as he tried to get more help for the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi months before the attack that resulted in the death of an Ambassador and three other Americans.
Republican member on the Foreign Affairs Committee and Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee Rep. Dana Rohrabacher joined 'Real News' Wednesday to discuss radical Islam, the day's hearings, and the latest developments in the investigation of the Benghazi attack: