CBN News interviewed Rep Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and Christopher Farrell, a top researcher for Judicial Watch on the one year anniversary of the Benghazi attack that resulted in four dead Americans.
Farrell is of the (now widespread) opinion that the whole thing was tied to the Obama administration’s covert operation to send Libyan weapons to some rebels in Syria – even some with links to al Qaeda to help tham in their fight.
“The Obama administration may have been involved in an arms smuggling operation…. in essence to al Qaeda in Syria”, Farrell explained matter-of factly. “And it’s very murky, and it’s very unclear exactly how that may or may not have played out….but that’s what it looks like.”
Gowdy said he’s aware of all the theories, but can’t know because witnesses haven’t been allowed to testify.
The truth will come out eventually if dogged House investigators like Gowdy get their way.
Meanwhile, Dems have blocked Senator Cruz’s Resolution to create a Joint Select Committee to investigate Benghazi
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) introduced resolution, S.R. 225, Wednesday to create a joint select committee to investigate the Benghazi terrorist attacks from one year ago. But after requesting unanimous consent to introduce and pass the resolution, Democrats blocked it from consideration.“On September 11, 2012, four Americans were brutally murdered in a terrorist attack against our embassy in Benghazi and one year later, there has still been no action of reprisal and no justice rendered upon the assailants,” Sen. Cruz said. “Failure to hold accountable the perpetrators of this vicious attack will leave terrorists around the world with the impression that they can kill Americans and escape the consequences, increasing the likelihood of future attacks. The American people deserve to have a complete account from their government of the events in Benghazi before, during, and after the attack.”Cosponsors of the Cruz resolution include Sens. Vitter, Blunt, Toomey, Paul, Scott, Heller, Lee, Inhofe, Ayotte, Portman, Coburn, Roberts, Risch, Ron Johnson, Isakson, Crapo, Cochran, Grassley and Enzi.