Rep. Trey Gowdy, who is slated to Chair the Select Committee on Benghazi, was on CNN’s “The Lead” with Jake Tapper to talk about the investigation.
Tapper played video of the former deputy director of the CIA, Michael Morrell, testifying before the House Intelligence Committee that the CIA initially believed that the video might have been a factor in the attack. Morrell, who now works for Beacon Global Strategies, a left-wing foreign policy think tank that is backing Hillary Clinton for president, personally edited the talking points to help the WH and State to come up with the final version that was released.
Tapper wanted to hear Gowdy’s reaction to Morrell’s testimony.
Trey Gowdy cited the 9/12 State Dept email that said according to the Libyan ambassador, it was Ansar al Sharia, and pointed to Morrell’s testimony saying he was shocked that Susan Rice had talked about a video because none of their intelligence mentioned a video.
He went on to say that Morrell would tell us himself that that there was no evidence linking the attack to the video.
Asked if he was doubting Morrell’s assertion that “he felt no political pressure”, Gowdy, after a long pause, answered – “In a word, yes. I’m saying I don’t believe him.”
*The voting age should be risen to age 30. College kids should not be allowed to vote until they’ve had time to deprogram all the idiotic left-wing propaganda their professors have spoon-fed them.
This is just embarrassing. Especially the guy who’s doing his thesis on Hillary Clinton’s accomplishments as Sec. of State and says Benghazi is her greatest accomplishment. WTF?
But they’re all ridiculous drones spouting what they think sounds politically correct. Just embarrassing and mortifying. God help us.
Via PJ Media:
*It’s called hy-per-bole.