Rep. Issa Blasts State Dept. for Not Disciplining Employees over Benghazi
Lack of responsibility
Rep. Darrell Issa blasted the State Department for not taking disciplinary action on four employees who were cited as having "a lack of proactive leadership" in the run-up to the attack last year on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
Issa, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, responding to a letter from State in response to his query about the status of the four employees, called the delayed decision on the four employees a "charade that included false reports of firings and resignations and now ends in a game of musical chairs where no one misses a single day on the State Department payroll."