The House Benghazi Select Committee is eager to speak with military service members regarding what transpired the fateful night of September 11, 2012. The servicemen’s accounts, the panel insists, can help them figure out how we lost four American lives when we had the resources to save them.
The only problem: the Obama administration has been stonewalling their testimonies.
“As a former federal prosecutor, I find it deeply troubling there are individuals who would like to share their stories, but have not because they are afraid of retaliation from their superiors,” said Chairman Trey Gowdy. “No one should be afraid of talking to their elected representatives in Congress.”
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