Why Hasn’t Hillary Clinton Been “Disappeared” Already?

From Daniel Doherty at Townhall.com:

When House Speaker John Boehner spoke to the media yesterday again about his decision to form a special committee on Benghazi, he made it abundantly clear that the investigation would not be a partisan witch-hunt or show trial to score political points. Rather, it was going to be an impartial inquiry convened for the sole purpose of learning the truth about what happened that night.


And yet, despite these unanswered questions, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday that forming a special committee on Benghazi is essentially a waste of time:

 Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that she is “absolutely” satisfied with what she knows about the Benghazi terror attack, and cast doubt on the intentions of House Republicans spearheading a select committee to investigate it.

“I mean of course there are a lot of reasons why, despite all of the hearings, all of the information that’s been provided, some choose not to be satisfied and choose to continue to move forward,” Clinton said in an appearance in New York.

Sitting down? I agree with Hillary.

I’ll wait till you revive to continue.

OK, here’s the scoop: Under Section 1021 of the NDAA, providing any kind of support to groups linked with Al Qaeda is a one-way ticket to military detention—no charges, no court, no appeal, you simply disappear, perhaps forever.

Based on credible reports and evidence, the Benghazi “mission” was almost certainly a secret CIA gun-running op to Al Qaeda-linked militants in Syria, through Turkey. Therefore, everyone involved in that op—up to an including Hillary—is eligible for Guantanamo, immediately—no hearings or committees needed.

The reason our men were left to die is that any rescue would likely have exposed this gun running op, right before the 2012 election. That is why we didn’t go then, and that is why certain people will do everything they can to keep the lid on this, to ridicule the process, and to deflect attention from the facts.