“Significant Breakthrough” Could Have Hillary Sweating in Her Pantsuit
When will the hammer finally come down on Hillary?
All the so-called evidence seems to be enough to bring an indictment.
Maybe the FBI and Benghazi Committee are looking for more?
Rep. Trey Gowdy, chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, marked his panel’s 75th witness interview by announcing “significant breakthroughs” in the investigation of the 2012 terror attack.
“The select committee has made enormous progress this month,” Gowdy said Thursday. “We interviewed a top State Department official, Patrick Kennedy, and after months and months of quiet negotiations with the White House, we finally were able to question both Susan Rice and Ben Rhodes.”
Kennedy, the State Department’s undersecretary for management, reportedly signed off on plans for the temporary diplomatic compound that was raided by Islamic extremists on Sept. 11, 2012 in an attack that claimed four American lives. Kennedy was also the agency’s top record-keeping official during Hillary Clinton’s tenure, a role that would have given him unique insight into the lapses that allowed Clinton to shield hundreds of Benghazi-related records from investigators by maintaining them on a private server.
The select committee was the first to uncover Clinton’s use of a personal server.
The only “significant breakthrough” is hard evidence that will put an end to Hillary’s run for the White House.
A bonus would be trying Obama to the Benghazi failure.