Rogue FBI agent LEAKS the investigation information to republican congressman Dave Reichert , who pushes it onto Eric Cantor. Why Cantor? Because he expected Cantor to use it politically in the Benghazi faux-scandel to try to harm the President politically before the election.
I bet this eventually connects to Murdoch/FoxNews, Rove and GOP kingpins as the investigation unfolds. I expect to hear this is an essential part of the story for FoxNews pushing their fantasy Benghazi story so hard.
From the article's comments page, this theory is just typical of what I expected to come:
In the summer, Drudge was airing speculation that Romney might pick Petraeus as his running mate. This probably led the White House to have Holder order up some dirt on Petraeus, as insurance. So, that's why this investigation got started. Of course, Petraeus did not get picked as Romney's running-mate, so Obama no longer needed this dirt, which is why the investigation petered out. But then Cantor steps in, effectively telling the FBI "We know. You can't cover this up." And the rest is history. All started because of Drudge's rumor, and Obama's desire to obtain blackmail material on a potential opponent.
"I don't know if a lot of you have heard this, but the CIA annex had actually taken a couple of Libyan militia members prisoner and they think that the attack on the consulate was an effort to get these prisoners back," said Broadwell in a speech last month at the University of Denver."---(CNN)
Did she spill any secrets ? Also, now the FBI is investigating General Allen..... Uh oh!
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