Sen. Lindsey Graham: Benghazi Survivors "Scared to Death to Come Forward" After Obama Admin Told Them to Keep Quiet
Senator Lindsey Graham (R) revealed that survivors of the Benghazi, Libya terrorist attack have been told to keep quiet by the Obama administration.
On Huckabee last night, the South Carolina senator said, “[The administration is] refusing to give us the identity of the survivors and allow them to come to Congress to be interviewed.”
He vowed to
write a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry asking him to voluntarily release their names, urge members of the House to subpoena the survivors, and hold up the business of the Senate until those survivors go on the record.
“I’ve talked to a couple and their story is chilling,” Sen. Graham said. “They’re scared to death to come forward without some institutional support.”