Mitchell: Benghazi Film May Raise Conspiracy Theories About ‘Stand Down Order’

‘That new film about Benghazi coming out this week could give wider circulation to conspiracy theories despite denials that CIA operatives were told to stand down and not rescue four Americans’

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UNKNOWN MALE: "Benghazi is under attack. We need immediate assistance."
UNKNOWN MALE: "The U.S. Ambassador is at risk."
UNKNOWN MALE: "You are not the first responders. You will wait."
UNKNOWN MALE: "Let’s go, we got to move!"
UNKNOWN MALE: "We have no jurisdiction in this country. We are not even supposed to be here."
UNKNOWN MALE: "Stand down!"
UNKNOWN MALE: "If you do not get here soon, we are all going to die."
UNKNOWN MALE: "None of you have to go. We are the only help they have."
[clip ends] 
MITCHELL: "That new film about Benghazi coming out this week could give wider circulation to conspiracy theories despite denials that CIA operatives were told to stand down and not rescue four Americans including an ambassador who died in that assault. How could it affect Hillary Clinton’s campaign? Joining me now for our daily fix, Chris Cillizza, MSNBC contributor, founder of The 'Washington Post 'Fix Blog' and The Washington Post political correspondent Anne Gearan."

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