From Fox News: The State Department on Friday turned over more than 1,100 pages of records to the House Select Committee on Benghazi, over a year after the committee first requested them for their ongoing investigation into the 2012 terror attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya. The committee’s chairman, Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., also […]
Deceased U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens’ e-mails were handed over to the Select Committee, in addition to Patrick Kennedy’s e-mails. Kennedy was the State Department’s highest-ranking records official.
Oh, that’s very comforting Mr. Secretary of State. He said that it was possible in a recent interview with CBS.
Sure, Bill, blaming the accountant for everything will certainly work (no, it won’t).
The scandal, where ex-Governor John Kitzhaber’s soon-to-be-wife Cylvia Hayes was revealed to be illegally influencing the governor’s mansion to make deals with her business interests, led to Kitzhaber’s resignation. Now the e-mails are adding another wrinkle to the controversy.
Great reporting by the Washington Free Beacon on how the Associated Press found a redacted e-mail from the National Archives, which contained the following line: “We live in constant fear of upsetting the WH [White House].”
4/12/2016 - State Dept Finally Releases Over 1,100 Documents to Benghazi Panel
12/2/2015 - Benghazi Committee Finally Gets State Dept E-mails of Ambassador Stevens
8/13/2015 - John Kerry said China, Russia could be Reading His E-mails
5/7/2015 - Blame Game: Bill Clinton Blames Accountant for Family Scandals
4/4/2015 - E-mails from Oregon’s Ex-First Lady showed She Influenced Policy
3/14/2015 - National Archives: “We Live in Constant Fear” of Obama