General David Petraeus should not be concerned with intimidation over his affair preventing him from testifying on Benghazi. Most Americans could care less at this point about his extramarital activity. Its old news now, isn’t Hillary? Americans only want the truth, and if Petraeus has information significant to Benghazi then do the right thing, testify. That is more important than his affair which we know about. We don’t need all the details, he had one. What will create a darker hole for him to climb into to hide is if he doesn’t talk; he is doing a disservice to his country. He is a General for God’s sake, don’t be pushed around by a whimpy ass Obama and thing like Hillary. They (and I say they because Obama is not in the Benghazi cover-up alone, Hillary) have much to hide or they would not be making threats. Really, consider where this all comes from……there is more than one pot calling the kettles black here. The Clinton’s and Obama’s have enough of their own trouble to be concerned with; of course people like that have no conscious.
Congressman says key general ‘on a leash’ to keep him quiet
The Obama administration has been using General David Petraeus’ legal predicament over an extramarital affair to keep him “on a leash” and prevent him from him from providing “devastating testimony” on Benghazi, charges Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas.
“We’re not even getting to the people that really have the most direct information,” Gohmert said in a radio interview Sunday. “Have you not wondered about Petraeus being so silent all this time?”
Gohmert was speaking on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on New York’s AM 970 The Answer.
Petraeus was director of the Central Intelligence Agency at the time of the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, Sept. 11, 2012. The retired four-star general resigned, however, two months later, citing an extramarital affair reportedly discovered through an FBI investigation.
Since then, further investigations by the FBI and Justice Department have alleged Petraeus…
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