John Kerry Refuses to Allow Congress to Question Benghazi SurvivorsSeptember 11, 2013
Benghazi has been a cover-up since the very beginning. Hillary Clinton and her colleagues knew almost immediately that Benghazi was a terrorist attack. General Ham has even come forward, saying that’s exactly the case. Still, Hillary, Obama, and other deliberately have spent the last year lying about what happened.
First, they claimed it was just a “YouTube” video. Then, they claimed they didn’t know what was happening at the time. Then, they actually claimed they’ve said it was terrorism since the beginning — yes, they think we’re that dumb.
Now, John Kerry has refused to allow congress to question the Benghazi survivors in the latest corruption and cover-up going on regarding Benghazi. Quite frankly, there’s more to Benghazi than most think — we’ll likely learn more going forward. That’s what they’re trying to stop.
Secretary of State John Kerry has informed Congress he “will not honor the request to make Benghazi survivors available for questioning,” CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson reports.
Republicans in the House Oversight Committee reportedly plan to issue subpoenas if Kerry does not reverse his decision and provide congressional investigators access to Benghazi survivors.
Rep. Issa has done a great job of fighting the Obama administration for the truth, though he’s had almost no help from John Boehner — who should be fired immediately from his “Speaker of the House” position. He’s now threatening to issue subpoenas to legally require the survivors to come forward to be questioned.
Issa also issued a scathing letter explaining exactly what’s going on. You can read it below:
Remember, Obama changed the names of these survivors, had them in hiding, and have even threatened their families. Even the Huffington Post had an article several weeks back asking, “Is this the most corrupt presidency ever?” It’s becoming obvious even to the left.
Make sure to read these 6 facts Hillary wants buried forever. They’ll end her chances of becoming president.
Don’t stop questioning Benghazi. Don’t stop reminding your friends and family about what happened.
Please post this on your Facebook and Twitter accounts and keep the fires burning — we’ll get to the truth and justice will be done. Just don’t give up.