Martin Bashir sounded the alarm yesterday after Rep. Darrell Issa released 166 pages of State Department documents on the Libyan attacks, that exposed the names of officials helping the American mission there. Issa apparently didn't care whether he put those who aided the U.S. lives in jeopardy. No one even vetted the material before the release.
Martin pointed out how Issa whined about releases by Wikileaks that did pretty much the same thing he did. Rep. Elijah Cummings, the oversight committees ranking Democrat, backed up Bashir's comments, and Cummings is no sensationalist.