Skip to comments.Petraeus to testify behind doors on Benghazi Friday
Posted on 11/14/2012 7:36:19 PM PST by Nachum
Gen. David Petraeus will testify before a House Committee on the Libya embassy attack Friday morning, despite the ongoing FBI investigation into an extramarital affair that led to his resignation as director of the CIA.
The hearing held by the Senate Intelligence Committee is closed to the public and the media. Petraeus is expected to answer questions about the CIA's knowledge and handling of the assault on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi that left U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans dead. Two of those Americans were with the CIA.
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What happened to the most transparent administration in history? /s
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Open session is required.
He and Paula probably got used to that.
When classified material will be discussed, the sessions are closed. Doesn’t surprise me. I wouldn’t assume it’s anything other than that.
I’m sure the general will have on his mind the little whisper Obama put in his ear about him knowing where his children live and his other family members....you just never know when one of them might commit Obamacide over this situation.
“It’s that damn video! We have to modify the 1st amendment as our leader, obozo, wishes”
“A cadet will not lie, cheat, steal or tolerate those who do.”
Come on General, don’t tolerate the monkey business going on in the Obama administration.
“The long, grey line has never faltered.....”
Earn back your honor. You can still do it. That 18 year old cadet is still inside you.
No matter what the good general tells, the people will never hear the whole or true story. Like everything else, it will be so watered down, the outcome will be “nothing to see here, move along”.
The Bengazi story has noticeably taken the spotlight off of Bengazi, Fast and Furious and numerous other scandals in the Obummer Administration. Create a good diversion as the Petraeus story has and other things casually slip by the microscope.
“The Bengazi story has noticeably.....”
Opps, that should read, “The Petraeus story has.......”
Sorry for that.
Well which is it, testimony in the House or the Senate?
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