Benghazi… Was It About An E-mail?

By, Melony Carter

October 26, 2015

4.5 million dollars spent by the United States Republican-led House committee on investigating what really happen during a violent assassination of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya on Sept. 11, 2012. Many speculations regarding this case have involved current Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton, who at the time was secretary of state. Clinton has been tied to this case because of her continually engaged in governmental conversations through her private e-mail.

As the hearing proceeded on, the committee also learned of over 50,000 pages of documentation that were printed and presented as evidence to Congress. Many of which included some emails from one of the victims, the ambassador and other top State Department personnel. The hearing revealed 7,000 printed pages of emails…

As an American, after all the information had been presented; I, just me, I would personally like to ask just three simple questions. “After all the funding, printed papers and conspiracy theories did anyone actually take the time to see if Hillary Rodham Clinton’s personal e-mail account was hacked? And if so, where is that proof?” So, again I ask, “Was It About An E-mail?”

(UPDATED: 11/6/2015)

Due to the circumstance, it is my due diligence and concern of my self-respect; that I report that on October 26, 2015 at 7:35 AM— the website Tea Party News (IP: , URL: illegally copied and added insolent pictures of Hilary Clinton to my blog post “Benghazi… Was It About An E-mail?” without my permission.

It is of my concern since the original format of this blog post was intentionally written without any political agenda.

So today, November 3, 2015; I would like to formerly announce and release this statement:

“In no way or regard— at this date or time— do I Melony Carter have any affiliation, association or representation of the United States National Tea Party.

This statement, does not indicate that at a later date this will not change. But as of this date, I do not agree with the Tea Party’s standing policies, belief systems and/or political ideologies.

Thank you for your time and patience.”

Sincerely, Melony Carter