WASHINGTON -- A day after releasing an 800-page report that failed to pin any fresh blame on Hillary Clinton, the House Select Committee on Benghazi was back to work Wednesday, interviewing a man who allegedly used the hashtag "#ifyouvoteforhillaryyouarebeyondstupid." The report the committee released Tuesday was not necessarily the final product, as it has a working session and a vote on whether to adopt it set for July 8. That means there is still time for the committee to get in another interview, and Wednesday it has one with an Air Force mechanic who posted material about the Benghazi, Libya, attacks on his Facebook page, arguing that planes from his base in Europe could have intervened in time. A spokesman for the committee said in a statement that they requested that military officials make the witness available in February, but they only did so Tuesday, leading to the late interview. “The committee will not allow the Defense Department’s needless delays to stop it from interviewing a witness it sought to speak with several months ago," said Matt Wolking, the spokesmanRead more..