If I could ask Congressman Trey Gowdy just one question, it would be this:
How is it that a homeless USAF veteran who sleeps on the sidewalk in D.C. and eats courtesy of donations can get on a $200 laptop and find information that a member of Congress, a former prosecutor, with a full staff and a six-figure salary, cannot find?
Evidently, the tax payers do not pay Mr. Gowdy enough, because he seems to be lacking a search engine for the Internet! Perhaps we should take up a collection.
Mr. Gowdy dares to make speeches lecturing the media for not doing its job. He dares to make speeches about not caring "whose career is affected". He dares to make speeches swearing he is going to find the "truth".
Last month, he went on Greta Van Susteran's show and said there was probably nothing "nefarious" about Ambassador Stevens' meeting with the Turkish diplomat. He said they were likely "just friends".
Type "Ali Sait Akin" into your search engine. Hit "enter".
In case that is difficult, here:
Next, type in "Al-Entisar". Hit "enter".
In case THAT is too difficult, here:
The ship you see referenced is from the same "humanitarian" organization (IHH) responsible for the Gaza flotilla incident in 2010 (the "Mavi Marmara"), which just last year was finally acknowledged as having been a cover for a terrorist network. Danny Danon, Prime Minister Netanyahu, et. al., can provide the details.
At this point in time, it is common knowledge for those of us with search engines (and eyes, and ears, and basic reading comprehension skills) that Benghazi was part of a gun-running network going to the Syrian "rebels". How is it that the congressman missed the memo?
Just what is Congressman Trey Gowdy trying to pull?
TO BE CONTINUED....