Rand Paul Proposes Reopening Some Government For Benghazi Investigation
"If there's something in our government more worthy of funding than that, I can't think of it."
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Adding his voice to the eleventh-hour debate about the government shutdown, Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) today proposed reopening just enough of the government to hold new hearings on Benghazi.
"Across this great nation of ours, people are suffering," he told Fox News's Megyn Kelly. "Suffering, Megyn, because they still don't know what really happened in Benghazi."
Noting that the government shutdown had furloughed investigators who could be looking into Benghazi, he said, "If there's something in our government more worthy of funding than that, I can't think of it."
(H/T Charles WT)