West Gets Real Benghazi Scoop From Random, Anonymous Person

West Gets Real Benghazi Scoop From Random, Anonymous Person May 30, 2014

Ya gotta hand it to Allen West. When he’s irrational, he’s consistently irrational. In a post on his website, he explains how a completely anonymous person on an airplane who claims to know another anonymous person who was there told him the Real, Honest to God Truth about Benghazi. But he isn’t going to tell you what it is.

Today as I returned from Detroit, I had a moment that I truly felt was God sent, as I don’t believe in coincidences. It happened on one of my flights, and it was two hours I will never forget.

I was seated beside someone who personally knew one of the men who was there on the roof in Benghazi. This person was excited to share with me the “ground truth” of what happened September 11, 2012…

No, it was not about a kidnapping scheme, it was about something, as I’ve stated, that will make Iran-Contra look like Romper Room. The web of lies spun is coming apart, and all other committee hearings on this matter should be shut down.

The House has established a Select Committee — quite telling that the same has not been done in the Senate — and those involved, to include the President, MUST appear before Rep. Trey Gowdy.

And to those Democrats appointed to the committee: if you seek to obstruct the revelation of the truth, you are complicit and guilty as well.

Am I afraid because of what I now know? Heck no. I’m honored to have been entrusted, so I for one can be on the right side of history.

Gotta love that completely superfluous declaration of his own bravery in the face of no threat whatsoever. So manly of you, Allen. But you know what this reminds me of? It reminds me of all the times I’ve had people tell me that they know the real story behind Phil Collins’ song In the Air Tonight. And they all claim to know the truth because their second cousin’s former college roommate’s ex-brother in law was a roadie on a tour and was there when it happened (and then there are about 50 different stories offered, all of them sworn to be true).


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