Still looking for the truth.
Check it out:
A nearly two-year House probe into the 2012 Benghazi attacks that killed four Americans, including U.S. ambassador Christopher Stephens, counters many claims used by opponents of Obama administration to portray the incident as a White House failure.
It rejects assertions that the CIA was secretly shipping arms to Syria from Benghazi, that the CIA had ordered potential rescuers to stand down, and that the government bullied people into not testifying or speaking about the Benghazi attacks.
The House Intelligence Committee’s findings do not place blame on the administration for failing during the attacks. However, they do assert that the State Department knew that it could not defend the Benghazi consulate from an “armed assault.”