Drip, drip, drip…
A representative from the Department of Defense has now officially gone on record with the Foreign Relations Subcommittee and admitted that Al-Qaeda was involved in the Benghazi attack.
A defense official told the Senate Foreign Relations African subcommittee that Al-Qaeda in the Maghreb (AQIM) was involved in the attack on the Benghazi consulate that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens.
“We can say AQIM played a role and the investigations are still underway precisely how AQIM members interacted with others,” said Amanda Dory, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for African Affairs.
Keep in mind that former CIA Director David Petraeus told the House and Senate Intelligence Committees that his agency knew al-Qaeda was involved within twenty-four hours. We also know that U.N Ambassador Susan Rice had access to all of the president’s classified briefings that would have told her that very thing as well.
Watch the video of the exchange here: