It’s time America got answers!
Please sign our letter to Congress calling for a thorough congressional investigation of Benghazi!
Last Friday, a terrorist blew himself up at the U.S. embassy in Turkey.
Unfortunately, this likely won’t be the last time this occurs.
This is what happens when American leadership signals weakness, indecision and wavering in response to the threat of radical Islam.
Our enemies didn’t miss President Obama’s mixed-message response to the Benghazi consulate attack.
They watched UN Ambassador Susan Rice blame the attack on a video, which only encouraged militants to riot in front of American embassies all over the world.
They know that no one has yet been arrested for the attack.
They saw Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s outrageous response during her congressional testimony, when she asked, “What difference, at this point, does it make?” regarding why the attack happened.
|While the American people still don’t have answers to many of the questions swirling around Benghazi, our enemies have drawn their own conclusion—they see weakness, confusion and indecision.And they have become emboldened as a result.It’s past time America got answers, answers that weren’t forthcoming at the House and Senate hearings.
This is why we’re urging you to sign our open letter to the House leadership demanding the creation of a House Select Committee to thoroughly investigate what happened in Benghazi and why.
Unanswered questions include:
Rep. Frank Wolf has introduced H. Res. 36, which calls for the creation of this Select Committee.
The House leadership needs to hear from the grassroots that there is a demand for the creation of this committee to thoroughly investigate what happened in Benghazi.
Please add your name to our open letter to the House leadership, and forward this email to everyone you know.
It’s tragic enough that the families of the four men who died in Benghazi still don’t have all the answers.
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