We're used to Republicans using the Benghazi attack as a weapon, but now Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alan Grayson is taking up the matter to court Democratic primary voters. Democrat Patrick Murphy was one of seven U.S. House Democrats who voted to create the Benghazi Select Committee, and now Grayson wants to know if his senate rival regrets that vote.
"Patrick Murphy voted to give the Tea Party Republicans who run the House of Representatives the power to subpoena Hillary Clinton's records, hold hearings and conduct a political witch hunt that will last through the presidential election," Grayson said in a statement. "I would like to know if Patrick Murphy is happy with what he has done, or if he now regrets that vote."
"With Patrick Murphy's permission, Republicans have turned the investigation into the death of four Americans into a partisan witch hunt," Grayson added. "Anyone with a brain knew that that's exactly what they would do."