The horrific Islamic terror attack on Benghazi on September 11, 2012, have been a stain on the Obama Administration.
Although they’ve hoped to sweep it under the carpet, new details will come to like when the House Select Committee on Benghazi is release their report.
Experts are expecting nothing less than an eye-opening, bombshell of a report.
But Chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy has instructed his staff and the other members of the committee to stay quiet until it’s officially released.
There have been many who criticized the President’s lack of support during the hours of the attack, which left four Americans, including our ambassador, dead.
Hillary Clinton, who was Secretary of State at the time, has also been accused of not acting in time, although she had the intel and resources to do so.
Despite the policy of silence, Gowdy has something to say on the committee’s blog:
“This is about the four brave Americans we lost in Libya, and getting their families and all Americans the truth. I’m confident the value and fairness of our investigation will be abundantly clear to everyone when they see the report for themselves.”
During the course of the committee’s hearings, the public has learned more about the attack. Particularly concerning is the fact that American lives were lost in a totally preventable terrorist incursion. Pundits are already weighing in on how the final report will affect the Presidential election.
Source: The Political Insider