Oversight panel subpoenas Kerry for testimony on Benghazi emails

The House Oversight Committee on Friday issued a subpoena to force Secretary of State John Kerry to testify on new Benghazi emails.

Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) is requiring Kerry to testify on May 21 at a public hearing.
“The State Department’s response to the congressional investigation of the Benghazi attack has shown a disturbing disregard for the Department’s legal obligations to Congress,” Issa said in a letter to Kerry.
This week the group Judicial Watch released an email through a Freedom of Information Act request that shows White House official Ben Rhodes coordinating talking points for then-Ambassador Susan Rice before her Sunday talk show appearances the weekend after the attack in Libya.
      
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2 Responses to Oversight panel subpoenas Kerry for testimony on Benghazi emails

  1. Elvis says:

    Weapons smuggled from Benghazi to al Qaida included chemical weapons to be used in a false flag attack on innocent Syrian civilians as justification for the US going to war in Syria. All of this was just to get a Saudi pipeline through Syria which Assad will never let happen!

  2. Larry Porter says:

    The headline pretty much says it all for how serious Congress is about this. Why Kerry? What the hell does he know even if he were to testify? Why not Hillary? She was at the head at the time. Are they afraid new testimony will ruin her run? What a joke the whole charade has become! Maybe in 20 years someone will remember who Lois Lerner is. You think?

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