Ratcheting Up Benghazi Questions

It's been nearly 14 months since the attack on the US facility in Benghazi, and the "most transparent Administration in history" still refuses to allow Congress or anyone else to interview survivors. Senator Lindsey Graham just announced, in total frustration, that he will block every Presidential nomination for any office until the survivors are allowed to appear before a Congressional committee. Now that is extreme. This means that, for the indefinite future, no more vacancies will be filled as they arise in federal courts or agencies, from "Assistant Deputy Under Secretary For xxx" jobs on up to Cabinet positions. Yet, how else can the Congress get cooperation from an Administration that reportedly threatens survivors with adverse personnel actions if they talk to Congressmen or anyone else, while at the same time publicly stating that they are not blocking anyone from testifying? But come on now. Would the administration really punish an employee for the crime of answering a...(Read Full Post)