Guess we could avoid the violence if we had adults in charge. Oh well, the blood will be on the hands of these reckless Democrats.
Embassies and military facilities around the world are bracing for the release of a report on “enhanced interrogations” that Senate Democrats say will shine a light on one of the darkest chapters in America’s history.
The controversial review of waterboarding and other harsh interrogation techniques during the George W. Bush administration is expected to be unveiled Tuesday after years of analysis, editing and negotiations on and off Capitol Hill.
Lawmakers are primed for a raucous debate, with former spy officials preparing a counterattack to the conclusions in the analysis from Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Bush, who has largely avoided the media since leaving the White House, has returned to the limelight to defend his administration’s policies and the officials who carried them out.
Let’s face it, we all know why this is being released today:
Tomorrow, Gruber testifies & SPSCI releases Bush era torture report. One will be subject of extensive reporting, other dismissed as old news
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) December 8, 2014