Whoever failed to send help to embattled Americans in Benghazi was negligent, preoccupied, a fool, or all three.

Scandal: More than six hours after terrorists attacked our consulate, former Navy SEALs manned a blood-soaked machine gun to defend U.S. territory. Meanwhile Apache helicopters sat on the ground in Italy.

At 4 a.m. local time on Sept. 11 — six hours and 20 minutes after the initial attack began — former Navy SEALs Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty were killed at the CIA annex not far from the consulate by a mortar shell. The machine gun they were firing was encrusted with blood, an indication they continued to fight after being wounded.

During that eternity, Woods and Doherty might have wondered between gunfire and explosions where the military, with bases strewn across Europe, was. U.S. forces were indeed being moved like chess pieces as the attack unfolded, but none came to their aid because no one gave the order.

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When all you believe in is “women’s rights” and abortion, pretty soon, every problem begins to look like a baby.

More gory details have emerged in the case of Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia doctor who allegedly made millions of dollars performing illegal abortions at a clinic for over 30 years.

It’s now being alleged that doctors at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, which operates two hospitals within a mile of Gosnell’s squalid abortion clinic, failed to report the horrific condition of patients who came to them after having seen Gosnell.

The Daily Mail reports many women who went to Gosnell to end their pregnancies came away with life-threatening infections and punctured organs.

Some of these women reportedly still had fetal parts inside them when they arrived at the hospitals in desperate need of emergency care.

“We are very troubled that almost all of the doctors who treated these women routinely failed to report a fellow physician who was so obviously endangering his patients,” wrote the Philadelphia grand jurors, who recommended a slew of charges against Gosnell and his staff in January.