Unlike the last Oversight hearing on Benghazi, there are a lot more members missing today. Empty seats everywhere.—
Ginger Gibson (@GingerGibson) September 19, 2013
As Katie Pavlich reminded us, “The only person who was punished for Benghazi is Greg Hicks, who dared to tell the truth about what happened.” A handful of lawmakers have worked tirelessly to keep up the fight for truth and justice, and the hearings continue.
But at Thursday’s House Oversight Committee hearing on the Benghazi attack, journalists noted “missing” members and “empty seats everywhere.”
There are a lot of public seats empty at this morning's House Oversight hearing on the Benghazi attacks—
Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) September 19, 2013
Shame on the “missing” members. But remember, the empty public seats don’t tell the whole story.
It’s the empty chair in the White House that tells the real story.
Follow Katie Pavlich on Twitter for all the highlights (and lowlights) of the hearing.