During a recent appearance on WABC Radio, Center for Security Policy’s Frank Gaffney discussed Benghazi-gate. Take note that Gaffney also makes reference to Abdel Hakim Belhaj – the man we’ve reported on before – as being someone who was working directly with Christopher Stevens.
In essence, according to Gaffney, the installation in Benghazi was not a consulate in part, because it did not perform consular-type activities. It was allegedly a hub for running weapons, covertly to the Syrian rebels after having been a place that did the same thing for the Libyan rebels.
We have not been able to independently confirm these claims by Gaffney but thought this interview was worth posting because of its relevant subject matter.