By Jim Campbell
As the Benghazi story continues to unfold, it becomes clear We the People have been lied to and people died because amateurs in the Obama administration failed act timely and appropriately. TOLL FREE: (866) 220-0044.
What did Senator Dianne Feinstein know and when did she know it?
I just called my senator, Dianne Feinstein’s office, will you?
It’s time for We the People to contact our congressional representatives and tell them it’s about time the begin honoring their oath to protect the Constitution.
It’s time to call Diane Feinstein now.
(ORANGE COUNTY, CA) – According to the Center for Security Policy, Senate Intelligence Committee chairwoman Dianne Feinstein had the worst voting record on national security issues in Congress this year. Feinstein scored 0% on all eight national security votes in the Senate, including an amendment she introduced that would have seriously limited our military’s ability to detain enemy combatants.
The CSP rated all 535 members of the Congress on eight issue votes taken in the Senate and 22 in the House this year. Their annual National Security Scorecard was released to the public today.
“As our national security continues to be threatened, at home and abroad, it is plainly evident that Dianne Feinstein doesn’t walk the talk when it comes to protecting America’s interests,” said Elizabeth Emken, Republican challenger for California’s U.S. Senate seat. “In fact, Feinstein has repeatedly shown an alarming tendency to enable our enemies, weaken relationships with our allies, and back pedal on intelligence accusations. That isn’t leadership. It’s insecurity.”
[Read the Center for Security Policy’s full report on Sen. Feinstein’s national security votes HERE]
Explosive new allegations surrounding the Benghazi attack emerged this morning, with FOX News’ Jennifer Griffin reporting that sources have confirmed that three urgent requests for military assistance sent from the CIA annex were all denied; CIA operators were apparently told to “stand down” rather than respond when shots were heard around 9:40 p.m. on September 11.