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Trey Gowdy Blasts Democrat Spin on Benghazi
« on: May 20, 2014, 06:40:38 AM »

Trey Gowdy Blasts Democrat Spin on Benghazi

By Onan Coca   / 20 May 2014   / 1 Comment   

Congressman Trey Gowdy has become a favorite among the grassroots for his no-nonsense approach to dealing with Democrats when it comes to their scandalous behavior. Time after time, Congressman Gowdy has been at the forefront asking clear and concise questions that strike at the heart of the scandals… and time after time the Democrats obfuscate and confuse in an effort to avoid his questions.

This is exactly what happened last week when Rep. Gowdy went on Fox News Sunday and was asked by a Democrat about Republican efforts to fundraise off of Benghazi.

Congressman Gowdy steps into the Democrat trap, but unlike other less able Republicans, Gowdy uses the Democrat trap to make the Democrats look foolish.

The Democrats have no response to the facts of what happened at Benghazi – so instead they attempt to distract us with other issues, like who is fundraising off of what…

As though fundraising matters more than who attacked us, or why the Benghazi embassy was still open, or if our government covered up the real reasons for the attack.

Let me help you out here, Democrats.

Who is fundraising off of what is not as important as any of the other questions associated with Benghazi. Not even close.

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