The news is wide and seriously damaging to the Obama administration and particularly Hillary Clinton.
Not really surprising to those who've been paying attention.
Mr. Gowdy's gained a new fan.
I doubt seriously I'm the only newbie.
Then there's this testimony from Greg Hicks describing how he was ordered not to talk to Congressional investigators.
In Watergate, when Nixon obfuscated and lied, nobody died.
It's clear that a travesty has occurred, one that cannot, must not be covered up.
And for those not paying attention, there's this lie that is arguably the first of many told since 9/11/12.
I finish with what I started with in the title of this catch-all post on a very news heavy day.
The Washington Post's Paul Farhi has written a glowing profile of Sharyl Attkisson, the Emmy award-winning CBS correspondent who has been the mainstream media's most persistent investigator of the events surrounding last year's attack in Benghazi, Libya.
Farhi's piece places Attkisson in a David-vs.-Goliath narrative, wherein the Obama administration is Goliath: "Attkisson, who holds a third-degree black belt in taekwondo, takes a fighting stance when she feels she’s being stonewalled. Which is exactly what she thinks the White House has done to her on Benghazi," Farhi writes.
But from where Attkisson is sitting, there are actually two Goliaths, one of which is almost entirely absent from the Post profile.
The second Goliath is CBS News, which has grown increasingly frustrated with Attkisson's Benghazi campaign. CBS News executives see Attkisson wading dangerously close to advocacy on the issue, network sources have told POLITICO. Attkisson can't get some of her stories on the air, and is thus left feeling marginalized and underutilized. That, in part, is why Attkisson is in talks to leave CBS ahead of contract, as POLITICO reported in April.
This cannot be covered up.
This will not be covered up.
For their sake, and the sake of their loved ones, we need to get to the bottom of it.