‘An Insult to All Who Died’: Attorney for Benghazi Whistleblower Rips Senate Confirmation Vote

Fred Lucas
The Blaze

An attorney for one of the Benghazi whistleblowers expressed severe disappointment that the Senate confirmed Victoria Nuland — a controversial figure in the alleged Benghazi cover-up – as the top envoy to Europe, and without a debate.

“The vote is an insult to all who died in Benghazi,” said Joe diGenova, a former U.S. attorney, now with the Washington firm of DiGenova & Toensing.

His one-line email response to TheBlaze came after the Senate confirmed Nuland by voice vote with no objections to be the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Thursday.

Nuland is a career State Department employee who has worked for Republican and Democrat administrations. She was the spokesperson for the State Department during Obama’s first term.

However, ABC News first reported in May that Nuland “raised specific objections” to a “paragraph drafted by the CIA in its earlier versions of the talking points” that warned about Al Qaeda.

Nuland was quoted in emails saying the Al Qaeda warnings “could be abused by members [of Congress] to beat up the State Department for not paying attention to warnings, so why would we want to feed that either? Concerned…”…


The article continues at The Blaze.


Update: Father of Benghazi Hero Tyronne Woods Tells House: One Year Later, “We have No Justice, and very Few Truthful Answers”

Here is the father of Tyrone Woods, one of the four Americans who died in the Benghazi Terrorist Attack on September 11, 2012. Mr. Woods testified before a House Committee yesterday, and said more than a year after the attack, “We have no Justice, and very few truthful answers have been provided.”

Disgracefully, 12 of the 14 Democrats on the Committee refused to even stay and listen to what Mr. Woods and other family members of the Americans who died, had to say….



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