We know there are many unanswered questions surrounding Benghazi. Will they get answered?
(FoxNews) The many questions surrounding that scandal–including why the FBI was reading the CIA director’s emails and Petraeus’s mistress’s bizarre claims about a secret prison in the Benghazi CIA annex — just add to the picture of an Obama administration out of control on national security—and the conclusion that someone knowingly put an American ambassador at risk to his life; left him there to die; and then lied about it afterwards.
The questions aren’t going to get answered if everyone who had key knowledge of the situation isn’t available to testify, that’s for sure. Are witnesses being ‘eliminated Chicago-style’?
(The Examiner) It is simply amazing that the two most important figures in the Benghazi-gate affair have ‘suddenly’ become ‘unavailable’ to appear before the House Foreign Relations Committee, which is investigating the Benghazi U.S. Consulate ‘terrorist attack,’ during which four Americans were murdered, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens.
The Petraeus scandal just seems to get….uglier by the minute. But are all the kinky details of alleged affairs relevant at this point? Certainly if confidential information was shared, the people need to know that, and there should be consequences. I for one, just find this whole scenario all to convenient, the timing is just too perfect. I happened to see this tweet from good ole Charlie Daniels yesterday:
I talked to somebody last nightwho has been in touch with the general and he says that things aren’t what they seem..
— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) November 13, 2012
Overall, I want to encourage readers to keep Holly Petraeus in your prayers, I can’t imagine how devastating all this is for her.