Forget the Benghazi Timeline and Petraeus being called to testify. Look at the Petraeus timeline. When did the FBI start investigating the relationship between the reporter and the CIA Director? And whatever answer one comes up with, there is only one person that the House should first call to testify and it is not Petraeus, it’s FBI Director Robert Mueller.
Either way Mueller comes down on timeline, it raises serious questions concerning the Administration’s conduct and competence. Did they nominate a CIA Director with this kind of baggage without knowing about it? Did they know about it and nominate him anyway? Did Mueller inform any member of his Congressional oversight committee that they were investigating the Director of the CIA, or did he inform any other members of the administration, Holder, WH? And if he didn’t, why not? These questions all have to be answered before relevancy, if any, to Benghazi Timeline is investigated.
Update: Ron Kessler at Newsmax provides more compelling reasons why Mueller not Petraeus should be the first person called to testified:
“FBI agents on the case were aware that such a decision had been made to hold off
on forcing him out until after the election and were outraged.
“The decision was made to delay the resignation apparently to avoid potential
embarrassment to the president before the election,” an FBI source says. “To
leave him in such a sensitive position where he was vulnerable to potential
blackmail for months compromised our security and is