What we’ve learned along the way — from day one’s “spontaneous attack brought about by anger over a video” to the admission of a planned attack but “there wasn’t anything we could do about it because we had no personnel nearby,” to where the story has evolved today, which is there were dozens of members of the CIA in Benghazi that night — means there’s very little that would surprise me at this point.
With that in mind, check out what Rep. Gowdy said recently:
The Obama administration is “changing names” of the Benghazi survivors and “creating aliases” to keep them hidden from congressional investigators and the American people, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) told Greta Van Susteren on Thursday night. He also said the administration is “dispersing them around the country” to keep them out of sight.
Gowdy’s stunning claims were overshadowed by CNN’s bombshell report that revealed there were “dozens” of CIA operatives on the ground in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012, the night of the deadly attack that killed four Americans. Meanwhile, the CIA is taking “unprecedented” to keep whatever it was doing in Benghazi a secret, according to the report.
The only thing we know for sure is that whatever was happening that night and the following day, President Obama felt that fundraisers took priority.
(h/t Weasel Zippers)