Benghazi Update – Could it be a Watergate?

nixonWatergateI’ve written a number of pieces on the Benghazi attack and hope that the readers of this column will understand both its meaning in the context of the overall war on terror and that it still has Watergate-like “legs” for this president. Dana Rohrabacher, Republican Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee is still pursuing this administration for its efforts to subvert congressional oversight. In a recent op-ed, he made clear that his committee, along with Lindsey Graham in the Senate is still pursuing the truth on many fronts.

Rohrabacher has also disclosed that it is now believed that a number of those terrorists who attacked the embassy in Libya last September were also involved in the attack this January on the gas plant in Algeria where 37 hostages were killed including three Americans.  If this is true, this would mean that because this President refused to acknowledge that al Qaeda had attacked us in Benghazi and did nothing to apprehend and or kill the attackers; they were emboldened and free to kill more westerners.

Secondly, both Graham and Rohrabacher are going public with the fact that there are approximately 30 American survivors of the attack, some hospitalized, whose names are being withheld from Congress by the State Department and who are being intimidated into silence.  Kudos to Rohrabacher who writes, “This case is worse than Watergate.  This cover-up and stonewalling is about the murder of American heroes.”

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About the Author:

Larry Kelley’s life was utterly changed by 9/11. On the day after the attacks, on his way to work, he was struck by the sudden realization that World War III had commenced. Like most Americans he desperately wanted to find out who were these people who attacked us, what could ordinary citizens do to join the battle and how can those plotting to kill us in future attacks be defeated. Mr. Kelley has written scores of columns on the dangers of western complacency.