Wednesday the Senate finally made a statement about Benghazi. A bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committeehas found that the State Department could have likely prevented the death of four Americans in Benghazi if they would not have ignored the intelligence reports and pleas for assistance from our diplomatic mission. The findings are that increased security was needed. USA Today reports:
Congressional Democrats for the first time joined the GOP to condemn the State Department for refusing security measures they say could have prevented the deaths of the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans in Benghazi.
The report, worked on for months and released Wednesday by a bipartisan Senate intelligence committee, also says 15 people in Libya who have tried to help the FBI investigate the murders have been killed.
15 persons in Libya who were attempting to cooperate with the FBI investigation are now dead. Isn’t that convenient?
Does it matter now Mrs. Clinton?