This week, the chairmen of the five standing U.S. House committees who share jurisdiction of the investigation into the Benghazi terrorist attack released their 43-page “interim progress report” to indicate to the American public that their committees are indeed working on this most important oversight priority.
While the report did reveal some solid work and initial findings, it’s not close to where the U.S. House should be more than seven months into their investigation. That’s why, in the same week as the non-binding report was released, 13 more members of the U.S. House added their names in support of H.R. 36, the resolution that would create a high-profile select committee to investigate thoroughly and methodically what exactly happened in Benghazi on September 11, 2012.
Read more at Breitbart.com here.
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