Major Bradley Poliska, an Air Force reservist intelligence officer, became concerned that once the Clinton email server issue was revealed, the Committee's attention abruptly committed its focus to State Department minutia. As if specifically on a "Get Clinton" track. The Committee gave grounds for his dismissal, but he alleges they were about his unwillingness to engage in a partisan witch hunt and his extended reservist orders.
Frankly, I would be astounded if congress was unaware that employees can not be dismissed on the basis of their reservist obligations. In my private sector time in retail, we had a few reservist employees, and their duties were never a question regarding their rotation--we just temporarily relied on other staff. It's hard for me to figure that the House was weird about this, but they are so weird about other stuff so maybe they don't get how military reserves work. I'd be really surprised, but wow. This Congress is so generally screwed up in other ways...
Anyway, what he describes as a shift in the focus of the Benghazi hearings pretty much conforms to what the news from them in various media shows--it stopped being about what happened in Benghazi, and suddenly became all about the Clinton server. No one died because Hillary Clinton's emails were delivered to a specific server. We can question things like whether embassies are properly staffed with respects to security, and one House mahoff absolutely was fine with cutting embassy security. But we can't fool ourselves that this committee was totally honest in what it did.
Louise Slaughter and Alan Grayson, both Dems, have tried to disrupt this partisan nonsense. I hope this partisan bullshit is made so infamous nobody tries it again.