Newt Gingrich at the 2007 CPAC
House Minority Leader John Boehner, in an interview regarding his own questioning of the intelligence communities motives:
QUESTION: [I]n 2007 — I just looked at the transcript — you had accused the intelligence community of greatly misleading the nation by changing their national intelligence assessment about the…
BOEHNER: We’re mixing apples — we’re mixing apples and oranges here.
QUESTION: Why is that different?
BOEHNER: Because when the National Intelligence Estimate came out with regard to Iran, it — it contradicted most everything that I had been told in the six months leading up to it. … I was questioning how this National Intelligence Estimate could — could vary and contradict a lot of information that I’d been told for the six months coming up to it.
Rep. Pete Hoekstra wrote a letter to George W. Bush in 2006 accusing the intelligence agencies from misleading Congress.
And this is not the first time Hoekstra has accused the intelligence agencies in America of misleading him and Congress.
Rush Limbaugh even had some choice words for the CIA in regards to the 2007 NIE on Iran's nuclear program.
Now, say it with me....