The State Department employees who were disciplined for the Benghazi debacle actually aren't being disciplined at all. That makes sense, given that they were only the fall guys for those higher up who bore the real responsibility.
A State Department security chief who was said to have resigned last week after the release of a scathing report about security lapses at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in the run-up to the terror attack that killed four Americans reportedly is still on the department’s payroll.
The New York Post reports that Eric Boswell, the assistant secretary of state for diplomatic security, has not resigned from the department, as a State Department spokeswoman indicated Dec. 19. Boswell is instead just “switching desks,” according to the report.
Three other State Department officials, including Charlene Lamb, the deputy assistant secretary responsible for embassy security, were placed on administrative leave after the release of the report. However, according to the Post they are expected to return.
I suppose that the powers that be in government are actually counting on us sheeple not to notice this, and most certainly the MSM won't report the development in any meaningful way, but heck, we should all at the very least repost this story so it gets as much play in the alternative media as possible.