Multiple generals and admirals just came forward with a major new report about what’s really going on with the Benghazi investigation. This could be bad news for Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.).
The military leaders formed a special organization to get to the
truth about Benghazi — the Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi (CCB) — and
the following are some of the surprising conclusions and facts they’re
bringing to light.
CCB member U.S Army Maj. Gen. Valley says he believes Gowdy “has
received much pressure not to get to the truth, and we are now coming to
the conclusion that there is no longer any intention in Washington, by
the leadership of both the Democratic and Republican Parties, to get to
Valley went on to say that “An honest investigation into Benghazi
would prove treasonous acts at the very top of the White House and the
State Department, and a continuing cover-up in Congress that now
involves the Republican leadership and especially House Speaker John Boehner.”
The CCB issued a statement in April 2014 on these treasonous acts,
including their finding that the U.S. had provided weapons to al
Qaeda-linked Libyan rebels and that “on the day of the attacks in
Benghazi, whether or not there was an official order to stand down, the
result was the same.
“There were military assets, for example, at the U.S. base in
Sigonella, in Sicily, Italy, that could have been brought to bear, and
perhaps could have saved the lives of the two men killed at the CIA
Annex, the scene of the second attack that night. The failure to attempt
to rescue these Americans amounts to a dereliction of duty.”
The Commission also found evidence “that there was a stand-down order
given to the Annex Security Guards at the CIA Annex after the attack
began at the Special Mission Compound, one mile away, where Ambassador
Chris Stevens and information officer Sean Smith were killed.” (H/T WND).
The Commission believes that Barack Obama likely communicated
significant information about the weapons trafficking to the House
Republican leadership, who gave their approval to the program.
If that is the case, then the House Republican leadership has nearly
as much motivation as Obama to keep the truth from coming out because it
would implicate them all in knowingly engaging in potentially