Well, the Democrats are laying down the gauntlet on the issue of the Trey Gowdy-led Benghazi select committee and rather than agree to participate in the investigation, they’ve chosen to suggest Republicans are doing it for political gain. Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz led the way last night with this disgusting tweet:
The GOP voted for this panel to motivate their base, not to strengthen security or help middle-class families. More: http://t.co/NLvB1O6nfT
— D Wasserman Schultz (@DWStweets) May 8, 2014
Apparently the fact that there are four dead Americans whose families still haven’t gotten the answers they deserve has escaped these lying shills. The fact that an innocent video maker will live in fear for the rest of his life because incompetents in the Obama administration chose to blame him and incite death threats against him rather than to own up to their own horrific failures – failures that not only cost the lives of Ambassador Stevens and three others but could end up costing the video maker, too.
In the eyes of Congressional Democrats – and their rank and file as well – the means justify the ends here. And it’s sickening. The fact that the violent, bloody murderers of four innocent Americans – whose bodies were desecrated afterwards – haven’t been brought to justice doesn’t matter. And they could care less about the fact that they deliberately falsely blamed an innocent American citizen for inciting the Benghazi riots and murders. Whatever it takes to get President Obama and their de facto 2016 pick Hillary Clinton off the hook, right? They find taking the time to condemn talk show host Rush Limbaugh on the floors of the House and Senate a worthy endeavor but see investigating the murders of four Americans on foreign soil as something done for nothing more than “political gain.”
If that doesn’t sober people up as to the depths of absolute depravity within the Democrat party, starting all the way at the top with our celebrity President, I don’t know what will.
Related: Twitchy Team documents the Twitter responses to Wasserman Schultz’s partisan hackery.