Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton must be shaking in her boots, because a former Navy SEAL just signed up to help Congress once and for all uncover exactly how she handled (or mishandled) the Benghazi terrorist attack of 2012.
Who is the brave warrior who opted to undertake this mission? Meet retired Navy SEAL Scott Taylor, president of Operations Security, an advocacy group that fights on behalf of ex-Special Operations Forces officers.
Taylor has humbly volunteered to use all the resources available to him and his organization to assist Trey Gowdy, chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, with his mission to discover what actually occurred on September 11, 2012.
“From Day One, we’ve been working to get the truth out to the American people and we’re not going to stop until it happens,” Taylor told Newsmax TV host Steve Malzberg.
He added, “We going to get to the truth; we’re going to uncover every single thing!”
The ex-Navy SEAL’s current focus lies with Hillary’s emails, which he has little confidence that she will release “on her own.”
While it is true that the former Secretary of State has released 55,000 pages of emails to the State Department, it is also known that she hand-picked them, meaning many more unreleased emails may still remain.
Taylor recognizes that the release of all her emails could ultimately wind up sinking her chances at the presidency, depending of course on what the emails reveal about her actions.
“At the minimum, it’s irresponsible, at the maximum … there are some legal problems that she has here,” Taylor said.
Indeed. It is extraordinarily irresponsible, not to mention unpatriotic and a violation of the Federal Records Act, to conduct State business on a private email server and then hide the emails from your own government.
But if anyone is surprised that she would do this, they haven’t been following Hillary Clinton very closely.
—Courtesy of The Conservative Tribune