CNN’s Candy Crowley: System ‘Worked’ In Boston

CCThe Free Beacon catches this jaw-dropper  from CNN’s Candy Crowley on her Sunday show, “State of the Union”:

CANDY CROWLEY: Here’s what I’m gathering from the show today talking to folks in office and out of office observing from an expert point of view, it doesn’t look as though there were really dots that were not connected. It looks as though it worked even though it ended up horribly. Give me all your alls’ takes, start over here, on whether — are you troubled by anything? Or do you think there was basically there was not much more that could have been done?

Watch the video here.

Who could Crowley have possibly spoke with to float such a ridiculous conclusion? As the Free Beacon points out, “Both Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, were present on the TIDE (Terrorist Identities Datamart Environment) list.”

Crowley obviously didn’t bother to commit any of the journalism the Business Insider did Monday morning that might have resulted in her creating this chart that breaks down who knew what about the suspected bombers, their family and contacts.

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