House Report Proves Benghazi, All War Preventable

WASHINGTON, DC—A new report issued by a select committee within the U.S. House of Representatives shows that the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attacks and, really, all war could have been prevented. “Our investigation demonstrates that the September 11th attacks in Libya could have been avoided,” said Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), before adding, “And the evidence also shows that, if you stop to think about it, every war was totally avertible.” Several sources on Capitol Hill confirmed that the study proves that the four Americans killed in Benghazi and the millions of other human beings who have ever died in armed combat could have been saved if someone stepped in and changed the circumstances. One section of the report reveals how then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could have sent in more troops to protect American interests at the diplomatic mission, and that someone could have killed or detained Adolph Hitler before his rise to power or done more to broker a treaty between Babur and the Lodi Empire before the First Battle of Panipat. “The Obama Administration failed to prevent the Benghazi attacks, and, when you really get down to it, we as a species have not done enough to prevent the mindless onslaught of war throughout history.” A footnote to the RNC-backed report shows how the Iraq War, however, was absolutely inevitable.

"With the power of hindsight..."

“With the power of hindsight…”

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