Hillary just shut down all of the Benghazi talk with this one perfect ad
Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton turned over paper copies of the emails in 12 cardboard boxes, and says she destroyed all the rest as they were not related to diplomatic matters but were personal (AFP Photo/Nicholas Kamm)

If the GOP planned on making Beghazi one of the centerpieces of their eventual nominee's campaign, they might want to shred those attack ad storyboards and think again after Hillary Clinton struck first with a devastating ad featuring House Speaker front runner Kevin McCarthy shooting his mouth off.

In a brilliant preemptive strike, Clinton released the ad, called "Admit," excerpting comments by McCarthy fessing up that the latest GOP-led Benghazi investigative committee was designed to harm her presidential chances.

Using a clip recorded last week on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News, McCarthy is seen explaining that Hillary looked unbeatable Republicans and the GOP had to do something about it.

"Everybody thought Hillary Clinton was unbeatable, right?" McCarthy explains. "But we put together a Benghazi special committee. What are her numbers today?"


It should be noted that the most recent in a long line of Benghazi committees has been "investigating" Clinton for sixteen months -- at a cost of over $4.5 million dollars.

Presumably the Republican National Committee can expect a bill from the U.S. Government for services rendered.

And McCarthy can probably stop thinking about moving into John Boehner's old office.

Watch the video below, uploaded to YouTube: