State Dept Blocking Lawyers From Representing Benghazi Whistleblowers
According to former US Attorney Joe DiGenova, the State Department is standing in the way of lawyers trying to represent whistleblowers in the ongoing investigation into the events at the US Consolate in Benghazi on September 11, 2012.
DiGenova appeared with me and co-host Brian Wilson this morning on "Mornings on the Mall" on WMAL-FM in Washington DC.
"The Department of State is refusing to grant clearances to Victoria (Toensing) and other people who want to represent the whistleblowers in an attempt to prevent the testimony," DiGenova said, referring to the upcoming hearing before Rep. Darrel Issa's House Oversight Committee.
DiGenova called the stand-off a "constitutional showdown" and added, "Congress is going to win. The administration's effort to cover up what happened in Benghazi is going to fail."
Listen to the entire interview here: