The question asked by Rep. Trey Gowdy, is actually somewhat rhetorical and similar to that of a prosecutor questioning a defendant, in that the question actually addresses the entire scope of the administration’s cover-up at the moment of the attack, and which continues to this very moment.

Gowdy is a pretty savvy guy and his question on Sunday asking why the previous seven congressional committees that investigated the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi failed to obtain emails U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens sent in the months before the attacks occurred.

The question posed actually answers itself, in that those committees while attempting to seek “the truth” are actually designed to “slow walk” the process, allowing Democratic members within the various committees to continue the “stonewall” and the “cover-up”, much like those “show trials” which took place behind the Iron Certain decades ago, in which a certain narrative by the state was put forth as evidence or a lack there of.

“How did they miss Ambassador Stevens’ emails? None of the seven previous committees bothered to access the emails of our ambassador,” Gowdy said during an interview on CBS’ “Face the Nation.”

Gowdy, the chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, said that Stevens’ emails show that he requested additional security as soon as he was appointed the ambassadorship in June 2012. But the emails Stevens received from State Department officials indicated that the agency had other concerns.

One wonders what those “other concerns” could possibly be, perhaps Hillary Clinton my have that answer?

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Source: Daily Caller

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