According to a three-part series published by the Washington Times, it was Hillary Clinton who was insisting that the U.S. remove Libya's Muammar Gadhafi in 2011 while pushing false narratives to do so. These reports have allegedly caught the attention of the House Select Committee on Benghazi. What must be included in this analysis is just how influential Clinton's most trusted adviser Huma Abedin was and is. If anyone had a vested interest in removing Gadhafi from power to benefit Libya's Muslim Brotherhood rebels, it was Huma's Muslim Brotherhood family.
To illustrate how close Huma and Hillary were, it was Abedin who first informed her boss of Gadhafi's death:
The timeline of events as they unfolded in Libya starts in early 2011. By July of that year, the positions of the State Department, led by Hillary at the time, were apparently so ridiculous that someone from the Pentagon went to the Gadhafi regime to tell them so. Using lies to justify regime change in Libya reflected a very pro-Muslim Brotherhood stance.
On June 23rd of that year, Hillary was in Jamaica and publicly weighed in on the side she was taking: