House Republicans release report on Benghazi, seen as either a bombshell or a yawn

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Washington, D.C. - Here we go again.

The House GOP Committee on Benghazi finally released its official findings on Tuesday and depending on who you talk to-- the report's either a bombshell against the Hillary Clinton campaign, or there's nothing to see here!

As Secretary Clinton herself said during a committee hearing back in 2013, "What difference, at this point, does it make?"

Well, the Republicans claim that then-Secretary of State Clinton did nothing on September 11, 2012, to help the Americans under seige in Benghazi.

"Nothing could've reached Benghazi because nothing was ever headed to Benghazi," Rep. Trey Gowdy, chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, declared.

Basically, the report suggests that Secretary Clinton and others did not effectively analyze the situation or make any attempts to offer real solutions leading up to and during the attack.

Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan said key questions were raised by the report, such as "Why were we still in Benghazi when almost every other country had left?"

"What the hell was going on in Benghazi?" Gowdy questioned. "Was that not a real crisis? Was that not a real threat that had emerged?"

"It wasn't about a YouTube video," Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo insisted. "....Wasn't about a bunch of folks out for a walk."

In the end, US Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other colleagues lost their lives in the brutal terror attack.

Democrats say the Benghazi committees have basically been a biased witch hunt.

"And it's unfortunate that the death of four Americans would be subjected to that kind of political fantasizing," White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest remarked.

So what does Clinton herself have to say about it?

"I'll leave it to others to characterize this report, but I think it's pretty clear it's time to move on," she said.

Well, like the "X Files," the truth is out there....somewhere.

But perhaps the real question at this point will it matter?

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