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Reid to McCain: ‘I refuse to allow the Senate to be used as a venue for baseless partisan attacks’

Posted on November 17th, 2012 at 17:55 by John Sinteur in category: News -- Write a comment

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Harry Reid delivered a brutal smackdown to John McCain and the Republicans regarding their blatant, dangerous politicization of the attacks in Benghazi and misrepresentation of classified information for political purposes, starting off with, “I refuse to allow the Senate to be used as a venue for baseless partisan attacks.”

In a letter in which he denies Senators McCain, Graham, and Ayotte’s request for a Congressional Select Committee to investigate the Benghazi Attack, Senator Reid tore McCain and the Republicans apart.

Reid rejected McCain’s call for a special investigation, calling out Senator McCain for missing the classified briefing on this very issue, writing, “You already have the opportunity to engage more fully in the fulsome and ongoing investigations into the events in Benghazi currently being conducted by the Senate committees of jurisdiction. For instance, on Wednesday, Senator McCain failed to attend a classified briefing held by the Senate Homeland Security Committee on this very issue.

I am concerned that a Select Committee, as you propose, would duplicate and, ultimately, undermine the numerous investigations into the attack that are already proceeding in the Senate Committees of jurisdiction, and may serve to further politicize an issue that has already been manipulated by Members of both the House and Senate in service of partisan agendas.”

  1. This is all about damaging Mrs. Clinton’s reputation before the next election.

  2. Sue, probably.

    Regardless, allow me to declare Chris Christie as winner 2016. Only a heart attack could prevent that.

  3. Or a bimbo outbreak. Oh sorry, I forgot. That doesn’t happen to Republicans.

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