Again. . .
"I am calling for a joint select committee," said Graham. "But for God's sake, let the House have a select committee where you get three or four committees together to look at this situation as one unit rather than stove piping. And where are the survivors? 14 months later, Steve, the survivors, the people who survived the attack in Benghazi, have not been made available to the U.S. congress for oversight purposes.
"I'm going to block every appointment in the United States Senate until the survivors are being made available to the Congress. I'm tired of hearing from people on TV and reading about stuff in books."
Graham further commented that Darrell Issa (R-CA), who has held multiple House Oversight Committee hearings about Benghazi, and who has promised to have "two hundred hearings if need be" in order to get whatever kind of dirt he is looking for, "has done a great job."
Graham did this in spite of having recently chastised his colleagues for blocking an up or down vote on the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which he called the "wrong" thing to do.
Which begs the question: Why is it now right? Are the rules different when election season is next year?