By Thomas Madison

I continue to hear critics claim that there is no there there in regard to Trey Gowdy’s Benghazi investigation, claiming that no new evidence has been found and the entire process is one big witch hunt.

That would simply be incorrect. It was Trey Gowdy who discovered multiple email accounts that Hitlery Clinton had been using, the primary one being a private and unsecured email account from which Hitlery disclosed critical classified information such as exact locations of American troops and equipment.

It was Trey Gowdy who discovered that there were thousands of emails unaccounted for, in fact entire blocks of emails covering critically important months were missing.

It was also Trey Gowdy who discovered that Hitlery had been using a private, unsecured server from which she secretly communicated outside the official and regulated official, secured email system.

And it is Trey Gowdy who now is pressing forward with his investigation into the Benghazi massacre, bringing Hitlery to testify before the committee in just a few days (Thursday). He admits that there is new, damning evidence in the case.

So, for those complaining of the slow-mo of the investigation, please consider this!….

Trey Gowdy has no prosecutorial authority. He must refer all criminal charges to the Justice Department for prosecution. What do you think the odds are of Loretta Lynch prosecuting Hitlery for anything? If you said slim to none, you would be half right. The answer is NONE! Therefor Gowdy’s investigation ends there in a frustrating road block by the executive branch, ie Barack Hussein.

Also, remember that if Gowdy were to refer charges to DOJ and by some miracle DOJ does begin prosecution of Hitlery for her negligence and criminality (classified material in private, unsecured emails), and said prosecution ended in a conviction well before January 20,2017, then Hitlery would almost certainly be pardoned by Barack Hussein.

Now, if Gowdy keeps his powder dry, taking his sweet time pursuing the investigation, waiting until after January 20,2017 to refer prosecution, then Mr. Gowdy may very well find himself as the Attorney General (frontrunner of the GOP field, Donald Trump, has already announced that Trey Gowdy is his choice for Attorney General), and Gowdy would have all the prosecutorial authority he needs and there would be no salvation for Hitlery.

Also, remember that Trey Gowdy is not a run-of-the-mill House representative, but rather a seasoned, experienced, highly-competent investigator and prosecutor. In his 16 years as a prosecuting attorney Gowdy lost this many cases…. None! Nada! Niente! Zip! Zilch! Zefuckinro!

Just something to consider explaining the slow-moving Benghazi investigation.

From Michael Dorstewitz, BizPac Review

Countering claims that the House Select Committee on Benghazi is unearthing nothing new, its chairman, Rep. Trey Gowdy, indicated that none of the previous seven committees had bothered to obtain the late Ambassador Chris Stevens’ emails.

“How did they miss Ambassador Stevens’ emails? None of the seven previous committees bothered to access the emails of our ambassador,” the South Carolina Republican told CBS News’ “Face the Nation” host John Dickerson, Sunday, at about the 4:30 mark.

“If you want a window into Libya and what was happening in the weeks and months before these four were killed, why would you not look at the Ambassador’s emails?”

Gowdy indicated that the emails showed that Stevens began requesting additional security almost from the day he arrived in Libya, on June 7.

“And on one occasion, he even joked in an email ‘maybe we should ask another government to pay for our security upgrades because our government isn’t willing to do it.’ So if you want to know what’s happening in Libya, you have to look at his emails,” Gowdy said.

He was puzzled why then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is scheduled to appear before the committee Thursday, received numerous intelligence updates from Clinton confidante Sidney Blumenthal, but apparently ignored Stevens’ reports.

“I want to know why certain things made it to your inbox, Madam Secretary, but the plaintive pleadings of our own ambassador, that you put in place, for more security never bothered to make it to your inbox,” said Gowdy.

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