Gowdy Establishes Clinton And Obama Lied About Benghazi, Hillary Gains In Iowa

The Benghazi Select Committee  has established the timeline of the event and fallout of the attack on an American embassy and CIA compound in Benghazi, Libya. It is now known and verified that Clinton used a YouTube video “Innocence of Muslims” to cover up the fact that the attack was carried out by terrorists:

Via an email (no one was aware of until it was discovered by the Benghazi Select Committee), Clinton emails her daughter Chelsea: “Two of our officers were killed in Benghazi by an Al Queda-like group.”


In a speech at the State Department [Sept. 12 2012], again referring directly to Benghazi, Clinton told the world that the terror attack was “a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet.”:

Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior, along with the protest that took place at our Embassy in Cairo yesterday, as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet.

That same day (less than 24 hours after the attack), according to newly discovered documents uncovered by the Benghazi Select Committee, Clinton told Egyptian Prime Minister Hesham Kandil that the attack “had nothing to do with the film” and that “it was a planned attack — not a protest”

Source: Breitbart

The narrative that has been spoon-fed to the media by the White House for over three years is beyond question a complete and utter fabrication. We have been lied to again and again and again about this issue. These revelations should rock the Clinton presidential campaign to its core. It shows just how far the Democrats are willing to go in order to avoid taking responsibility for their failures, yet…

Incredibly, Hillary has gained 7 points in Iowa, according to Real Clear Politics,

To hear Republicans tell it, a series of unfortunate events culminated in a rough day Thursday for the House Benghazi committee, leaving conservatives to wonder if they've lost their most potent political weapon against Democratic presidential front-runnerHillary Clinton.

Seven months after the panel revealed that Clinton used a private e-mail server as secretary of state—a scoop that committee chairman Trey Gowdy repeatedly took credit for—bringing heaps of negative press to Clinton and a dip in her poll numbers, Clinton effectively turned the tables on her most nettlesome GOP inquisitors. During eight hours and 20 minutes of testimony, Clinton deftly handled some hostile and at times pointed questioning from Republicans, keeping her cool and letting Democrats on the committee handle the political attacks.

In the end, Republicans threw some red meat to their conservative base but failed to land a blow to Clinton's credibility or unearth a meaningful discovery about the 2012 attacks on a U.S. outpost that left four Americans dead in Libya. It wasn't just Clinton loyalists saying that.

“A hearing that was once a threat has really become an opportunity for her,” John Dean, a former White House counsel for Richard Nixon who is now a political independent, said on MSNBC hours into the hearing. “I think this is really Hillary's day. It's going to help her presidential campaign. As somebody who's been both a witness and a counsel, this is a textbook example of how to be a good witness.”

Among House Republicans, there were no high-fives: A half-dozen lawmakers surveyed offered a muted response when asked about the hearing on Thursday afternoon. Many conservative commentators were unimpressed, if not angry with the proceedings.

Source: Bloomberg



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