Don’t be fooled by the supposedly bipartisan effort to investigate the Obama administration’s actions after the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya. Democrats are no more serious about challenging their leader in the White House than they have ever been.
Trying to pass off his actions as part of a bipartisan effort at investigation, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry (D-Mass.) started circulating a letter that his aides said would be asking for more information.
But here’s the salient point, and how the Democrats are duping the public into thinking that they truly want an investigation: Kerry and his pals’ letter to Thomas Nides, deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources, is asking for more information and a full briefing after the Senate returns in November.
That’s right. After the election.
And when you listen to the usual suspects in the Administration, it’s clear that they are in full defense mode and pain to stonewall as long as they can.
There is no bipartisan effort to get answers in time for the election.
Republicans shouldn’t waste a nanosecond thinking that they will get any help from the Democrats. They need to act, and act fast.