DOD blocking questionnaire on Benghazi attack from Chairman of House Armed Services Committee

The Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Buck McKeon, sent a yes/no questionnaire to commanders in our military to find out if they gave any advice or warning to the State Department over security in Benghazi. Though he gave them 24 hours to respond, the DOD responded by saying they wouldn’t be able to comply. McKeon says this is the first time he’s ever seen the Secretary of Defense prohibit uniformed military from responding to a congressional inquiry and it flies in the face of the president’s claim that he is getting the information out to the American people as it comes in.

McKeon says that the idea that our ambassador was left with too little security just sickens him and we have a right to know what happened and how it happened.

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