Breaking the Benghazi stonewall
With all the scandals Obama has been able to sweep older ones under the rug.
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Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., says the key to getting to the truth in the Benghazi investigation is hearing from the eyewitnesses who were there.
In an exclusive interview with WND, he says the problem is “to date, no one who was on the scene has been called as a witness.”
Wolf says the witnesses are being pressured to keep quiet, and “many are being forced to sign non-disclosure agreements.”
“Many would like to be subpoenaed, they can’t get subpoenaed,” he said.
That’s why Wolf insists on forming a Select Committee to investigate and hold public hearings into what went wrong in Benghazi.
He has seen his share of scandals in his 33 years in Congress, and of all the Obama administration’s current scandals, Wolf thinks this one needs special attention for a number of reasons.
The House Government Oversight and Reform Committee, chaired by Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., is currently holding hearings on Benghazi.