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Democrats: The Truth and Benghazi


Four Americans died, including an Ambassador and two retired Navy SEALs, in Benghazi, Libya. The Obama Adminstration failed to provide necessary security or send military back-up to rescue these men and protect others. Instead they tried to blame the attack on a video tape. When that didn't hold, they stone-walled and have continued to do so. 

Despite Hillary Clinton's proclamation - What does it matter now - it does matter. 

The time has come to tell the truth. The time has come to protect the conscientious civil servants who are speaking out to tell America the truth about what happened that night. The time has come to honor the lives of the brave Americans who died on September 11, 2012.

Letter to
House Democrats
The facts of the attack in Benghazi have now been brought to light thanks to the courage of four civil servants at the State Department. I now know that some video tape had nothing to do with the premeditated terrorist attack that killed Ambassador Stevens. I now know that Hillary Clinton was kept appraised of the attack throughout the night. I now know that the Obama Administration made a concerted effort to keep the facts from the public.

It is time to come clean and do your job to honor the lives of the men who were lost that night. Americans want the truth, not cover ups.

I want you to demand that the Obama Administration tell America who made the terrible decision to withhold critical military support to help Ambassador Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Tyrone Woods, and I want that person, or persons, held fully accountable to the fullest extent of the law. And I demand you protect these conscientious whistleblowers from any retaliation by the Obama administration.

As a nation, we owe that to those who have served us, especially those who defended America at the cost of their own lives.

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