Thursday, January 15, 2015

BOOM: The House Republicans Just Torpedoed Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Hopes in a Surprising Move

BOOM: The House Republicans Just Torpedoed Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Hopes in a Surprising Move

Tuesday, January 13th, 2015

Last year, the House of Representatives voted to authorize a Select Committee Investigation into the Benghazi terrorist attacks of September 11, 2012, which claimed the lives of four Americans.
Since the Committee was formed, with Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) as chair, it has done an immense amount of research, held numerous private interviews, and has conducted two public hearings.

The Benghazi Select Committee will continue their investigation for the foreseeable future, as they were just reauthorized by the House, according to Western Journalism, and that is horrible news for Hillary Clinton’s presumed 2016 presidential run.
In a mostly party-line vote of 234-172, the Committee was reauthorized by the House. The devastating part for Hillary is that the reauthorization also removed any time or budget limits from the Committee, meaning they could work into 2016, if necessary.
This places Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential hopes in jeopardy, as it is widely expected that she will be subpoenaed before the Committee at some point.
Clinton, who was the Secretary of State at the time of the attack, and the person ultimately in charge of the diplomats and security involved in Libya, has intimated that she may not cooperate with Gowdy’s Committee.
Hopefully, Gowdy will indeed subpoena Hillary Clinton and compel her to testify under oath about her role in the Benghazi matter, along with the numerous documents surrounding her time as Secretary of State.
Gowdy has stated in no uncertain terms that he intends to uncover and expose the full story of what happened in Benghazi, before, during, and after the attack, regardless of previous investigations or who may be implicated in the matter.

Please share this on Facebook and Twitter if you are glad that Trey Gowdy’s Benghazi Committee will be able to continue their work.

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