Report: Obama Administration Removed 9/11 Threat Memo From Website After Libya Attack
A new report alleges that the State Department removed from its website a memo from Sept. 6 that advised U.S. personnel overseas that there was no credible threat of a terror attack to coincide with the anniversary of 9/11.
The memo was reportedly
scrubbed from the website by the State Department's Overseas Security Advisory Council sometime after the Libya consulate attack.
Chris Horner, author of "Liberal War On Transparency," joined Steve Doocy on Fox and Friends to discuss the bombshell allegation. He said the move is not surprising, given what he calls the Obama administration's lack of transparency over the last four years.
"They're not into transparency beyond it being a talking point. By destroying records, generally, and I've shown there is a cyber bonfire going on in this administration, they're covering up," said Horner, who pointed out that the Obama administration has moved increasingly toward using private email instead of government accounts.
Watch the full interview here: