We already know the answer.
Ben Ghazi who? will be the media’s reaction if and when Hillary runs in 2016.
The House Progress Report on Benghazi Terror Attack Investigation will be ancient history.
While Hillary will not pay a price, she should, New Report Raises Significant Questions About Benghazi:
According to the executive summary, the ongoing investigation by the five House committees has already determined that:
- Reductions of security levels prior to the attacks in Benghazi were approved at the highest levels of the State Department, up to and including Secretary Clinton. This fact contradicts her testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on January 23, 2013.
- In the days following the attacks, White House and senior State Department officials altered accurate talking points drafted by the Intelligence Community in order to protect the State Department.
- Contrary to Administration rhetoric, the talking points were not edited to protect classified information. Concern for classified information is never mentioned in email traffic among senior administration officials.
- All of this seems to conflict with what the Obama Administration told the American public in the thick of the president’s ultimately successful re-election campaign.
Of particular importance is the report’s conclusion that the administration focused for far too long on the idea that a YouTube video provoked the attack. “The Administration willfully perpetuated a deliberately misleading and incomplete narrative that the attacks evolved from a political demonstration caused by a YouTube video. U.S. officials on the ground reported – and video evidence confirms – that demonstrations outside the Benghazi Mission did not occur and that the incident began with an armed attack on the facility,” the report says. “Senior Administration officials knowingly minimized the role played by al-Qa’ida-affiliated entities and other associated groups in the attacks, and decided to exclude from the discussion the previous attempts by extremists to attack U.S. persons or facilities in Libya.”
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