Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) let loose on Fox News this Sunday over the recently-released House Committee report some are saying clears the Obama Administration of any wrongdoing connected to the terrorist attacks against the American Embassy in Benghazi.


Anybody who has followed Benghazi at all knows that the CIA deputy director did not come forward to tell Congress what role he played in changing the talking points, and the only way we knew he was involved is when he told a representative at the White House, ‘I’m going to do a hard review of this, a hard rewrite.’

He didn’t tell the Congress, sitting in front of us, that he substantially rewrote the talking points. And who told Susan Rice that the compound consulate was substantially strong and significantly secured? That wasn’t in the talking points, but she said that. Who told her that?

If ever there were a situation that called for a “there’s no way in HELL” response to a report that mitigates accusations of wrongdoing, this is it. I tend to give he benefit of the doubt to investigative committee reports, but my gut reaction when someone tells me no cover up occurred in the wake of the murder of an Ambassador?

There’s no way in Hell.

h/t Truth Revolt