Fox News, originally reported that the CIA was issued a "Stand Down Order" by the Administration during the attack on the Benghazi Consulate. Fox News, never declared where it got that information, other than to say they had a "source." h.t.t.p://w.w.w.youtube.com/embed/G0sA4P2CPgQ Tonight, CNN reports that the Central Intelligence Agency itself says that no "Stand Down Order" was ever given by anyone at the Administration and/or the State Department. h.t.t.p://cnn.com/video/?/video/bestoftv/2012/11/02/exp-erin-cia-releases-new-benghazi-timeline-peter-brookes-nick-burns.cnn Aside from the fact that I knew the Fox News "Exclusive Report" had been created out of thin air when it concluded that the "CIA called for Air Support" (for which we simply have no protocol for whatsoever within our military relative to the CIA), the entire storyline put forth by Fox News, never made any sense from the very beginning. What does this do in the minds of those who rely upon Fox News for their information about what's going on in the world, and what does this do to the reputation of Fox News itself? Can you realistically trust anything they say at this point, given their willingness to lie in broad daylight, about something so important relative to the trust that people have in the President of the United States and the Commander In Chief? No "Stand Down Order" at all was ever given to anyone. Yet, for days now the country was being told the such an order actually existed. Should any News Organization that lies with reckless abandon and willful intent, be subject to Civil and/or Criminal charges of some kind? That charge made by Fox News, was morphed into an entire theory about the reasons WHY the "Stand Down Order" was given, including an assertion that the United States was engaged in shipping Libyan WMD into Turkey, for use in some kind of Coupe attempt against Assad in Syria. All of that was predicated on the CIA having received a "Stand Down Order" from the President, which we now know was a complete and utter lie told by Fox News. Is this the future template for Presidential Elections? Say anything to get your candidate elected, no matter how absolutely deceitful and fraudulent what you are saying turns out to be? Who supports that kind of election process?