The classified details of the capture will conveniently be held out of public view for at least a year, long enough for Obama to thankfully be gone. However, if we can somehow hack into Hillary Clinton's private server, I suspect we'll discover that our Navy personnel were not treated as sweetly as so-called Secretary of State John Kerry claimed, and who vociferously thanked Iran for returning them.
Rep. Randy Forbes (R--Va.) of the House Armed Services Committee told the Washington Free Beacon that the details in the report will likely shock the nation. If only our transparent POTUS would not hide those details.
But if the information were made public, I have no doubts that we would come to know just how incompetent the Obama administration is by allowing Iran to violate international and maritime law.
"I think that when the details actually come out, most Americans are going to be kind of taken aback by the entire incident, both how Iran handled it and how we handled it," Forbes said. "I think that's going to be huge cause for concern for most Americans. That's why I've encouraged members of Congress to get that briefing so they do know exactly what did take place."
The congressman suggest that Iran filming our sailors, recording them crying, and then forcing them to apologize at gunpoint, may have been even worse than what we've seen publicly.
Gee, I'm so surprised.