Benghazi Congress

We Have Always Been At War With Benghazi

JM Ashby
Written by JM Ashby

The Select Solnydra IRS Committee to Investigate the Benghazi ACORN Birth Certificate may have released its dud of a report yesterday, but that doesn't necessarily mean Chairman Trey Gowdy is done fucking that chicken.

The Benghazi Committee has scheduled another interview even though the committee's affairs were seemingly put to rest yesterday with the release of their report.

And boy oh boy do they have a blockbuster interview in store for us.

In a statement late Tuesday evening — hours after GOP leaders released their 800-page analysis of the 2012 terrorist attacks in the Libyan city — the committee said it would be proceeding with a new interview of a military official who claimed on Facebook that he might have knowledge of the incident.


We've seen this movie before. The committee spent months tracking down an unknown individual who called into Sean Hannity's radio show several years ago. That individual, only know as "John from Iowa," did not tell the committee anything new.

Are we suppose to believe a wackaloon running his mouth on Facebook possesses secret knowledge of The Smoking Gun that proves Hillary Clinton did Benghazi?

I had to stop several times to collect myself while writing this post. I could not stop laughing.

  • GrafZeppelin127

    Is it me, or does Trey Gowdy look for all the world like Gary Oldman’s character in The Fifth Element?

  • Draxiar

    They keep eating the shit burger hoping that having gotten so far into it that it will eventually taste good.

  • Aynwrong

    When the Bush Administration decided to invade Iraq it created what was known as The White House Iraq Group. These were the people who sold the American people the bill of goods known as WMD.

    For years I’ve always shook my head and marveled at the way these war hawks were either gullible enough or corrupt enough to use the stories that came from the Iraqi national Ahmed Chalabi and the confidential source known as “Curve Ball” to justify the war. But an entire Congressional investigation now turning on the words of “some guy on Facebook” makes The White House Iraq Group look like height of ethical standards and professional behavior.

  • chris ellis

    This low-level mechanic has the answers I want to hear!

    • Aynwrong

      So basically they’re interviewing Joe the Plumber. Wonderful.

  • muselet

    Jumpin’ Judas on a unicycle. They’re not even trying to be subtle:

    “The committee will not allow the Defense Department’s needless delays to stop it from interviewing a witness it sought to speak with several months ago,” committee spokesman Matt Wolking said in a statement. “The committee’s proposed report can be updated with any new testimony when it is marked up and voted on.”

    Translatiion: That dead horse can take four more months of beating.

    This stopped being funny fifty-some internal investigations, seven congressional committee investigations and $7 million (could be as high as $20 million, depending when you start the clock) ago.