Here Are 4 Unanswered Questions For Trey Gowdy’s Select Committee On Benghazi That Democrats Don’t Want Answers To

May 6, 2014

Democrats in Washington have made it clear that they have no intention of cooperating with Congressman Trey Gowdy and the House Select Committee’s investigation into the truth of the Benghazi terrorist attacks.

Jay Carney, when asked about the new investigation on Monday, refused to say if the White House would cooperate. Last week, Nancy Pelosi even called Benghazi a “diversion!”

It’s troubling that Democrats are so willing to look the other way and ignore so many unanswered questions about the terrorist attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi that cost four American lives. Here are just 4 serious questions about Benghazi that Democrats apparently don’t want answers to:

1. Why was there not adequate security personnel on the ground in Benghazi, and why did the Administration fail to comprehend or ignore the dramatically deteriorating security situation in Libya and the growing threat to U.S. interests in the region?


2. Why did US Ambassador Susan Rice insist that the attack was the result of a protest over a video, when Defense Department officials believed nearly from the outset of violence in Benghazi that it was a terrorist attack rather than a protest gone awry?


3. Why did the White House wait so long to release the emails that were exposed last week?


4. How much collaboration happened over the Benghazi talking points? Who else was involved, and why? 


Stand with Congressman Trey Gowdy, the Benghazi Select Committee, and House Republicans as we fight for the truth about what happened with the Benghazi terrorist attack: 

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