Yesterday Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was released from the hospital following a bout with the flu, a concussion and a blood clot. She is reported to be preparing to testify on the attacks that took place in Benghazi on September 11, 2012. While the media has done all it can to help Americans forget Benghazi, many of us are still out to keep the story front and center every week. Now there seems to be a new twist that is coming out with regards to what took place in Benghazi and this was in the Senate Homeland Security Committee report titled Flashing Red: A Special Report On The Terrorist Attack At Benghazi, which has been largely overshadowed, perhaps even orchestrated by the entire “fiscal cliff” debacle.

The Daily Beast reports,

The biggest recent development—which was overshadowed by the fiscal cliff negotiations—came on New Year’s Eve, when the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee released a report that raised the question of whether Libyan officials assisted the Benghazi terrorists. The report found that a team of CIA contractors dispatched from Tripoli to Benghazi on the night of the attacks waited at least three hours after arriving at the Benghazi airport before departing to the scene because of negotiations with Libyan government officials. According to the report, members of Congress still don’t know the exact reason for the delay. “Was it simply the result of a difficult Libyan bureaucracy and a chaotic environment or was it part of a plot to keep American help from reaching the Americans under siege in Benghazi?” the report asks.

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