Appearing before Congress, with veins bulging on her temples and fists clenched, Hillary Clinton bellowed, “What difference does it make?” in regard to how four Americans died in Benghazi.
What difference does it make? It doesn’t matter who murdered four Americans?
Perhaps if it had been her child who was shot full of holes, she’d be singing a different tune.
The mother of Sean Smith, the communications officer murdered on September 11, says it makes a difference as to why her son’s calls for help went unanswered.
Seven hundred Special Ops veterans sent a letter to Congress demanding that a comprehensive congressional investigation begin immediately—they think it makes a difference.
Over one hundred Representatives (led by Congressman Frank R. Wolf) are backing the passage of House Resolution 36, calling for a “Watergate style” investigation into what happen that fateful night-THEY think it makes a difference.
It seems like everyone in the country thinks that finding out who murdered four Americans and why no one sent help does make a difference.
The only ones who think it doesn’t make a difference are Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
We already know, partially, what happened. The bull dog in the House, Darrell Issa, leading the charge, released a preliminary report on April 23, that spells out that, with emails and documents as proof, Barack Obama knew the consulate had been attacked by al-Qaeda-linked terrorists “almost immediately.” That he and his cronies, fearing the news of an attack by a group that he had been blathering about “being on the run” would hurt his re-election campaign. That the intelligence community had put together a series of talking points about what happened that were literally rewritten by the White House, changed from “attack” to “demonstration” and obliterating any reference to “Islamic extremists.”
The Weekly Standard yesterday, supplementing the information in the House investigative report, actually got a copy of the multiple revisions of the talking points, which proves that Susan Rice’s famous Sunday morning news show hit parade and Obama blathering about an “offensive” anti-Muslim YouTube video were literally created out of thin air. They knew in less than twenty-four hours that it was a pre-planned terrorist attack that had nothing to do with a protest or YouTube video:
A cable sent the following day, September 12, by the CIA station chief in Libya, reported that eyewitnesses confirmed the participation of Islamic militants and made clear that U.S. facilities in Benghazi had come under terrorist attack.