Last week, the House Intelligence Committee voted to declassify their Benghazi report. For those who thought the Obama administration could be responsible for any wrongdoing, it seems those speculations were misplaced; the panel found no such evidence, but that’s according to the second-ranking Democrat on the committee (via the San Francisco Chronicle):
The House Intelligence Committee, led by Republicans, has concluded that there was no deliberate wrongdoing by the Obama administration in the 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans, said Rep. Mike Thompson of St. Helena, the second-ranking Democrat on the committee.
The panel voted Thursday to declassify the report, the result of two years of investigation by the committee. U.S. intelligence agencies will have to approve making the report public.
Thompson said the report “confirms that no one was deliberately misled, no military assets were withheld and no stand-down order (to U.S. forces) was given.”
Keep in mind that the report is now under review by seventeen other government agencies that make up our intelligence community, according to Politico. The heads of th