I find it incredible that instead of attending the classified, behind closed door hearing by the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
Committee, he was posturing for the cameras of the MSM. Ranting and raving and going on and on about how they wanted to know who knew what and when.
McCain is a joke and it is more than obvious that he cares less about finding out what really happened (which I would like to know, along with what
that mission was all about) than making this a partisan political issue.
But although McCain had time to speak on the Senate floor and on television about the lack of information provided to Congress about the attack,
he didn't attend the classified briefing for senators Wednesday given to the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, of which he
is a member.
Committee ranking Republican Susan Collins (R-ME) called out McCain for skipping the briefing and said his call for a special committee to investigate
the Benghazi attack was not necessary because the Homeland Security committee could handle it.
But that isn't all. When questioned by the media, McCain blows a gasket and basically says he doesn't answer to anyone regarding how he spends his
time. It would seem to me that since he has so many questions, he should show up and ask a couple.
When CNN approached McCain in a Capitol hallway Thursday morning, the senator refused to comment about why he missed the briefing, which was
conducted by top diplomatic, military and counter-terrorism officials. Instead, McCain got testy when pressed to say why he wasn't there.
"I have no comment about my schedule and I'm not going to comment on how I spend my time to the media," McCain said.
He is such a tool. Out front and center, can't be bothered with doing his job.