As we continue to wait on a decision from House Democrats about whether or not they'll be participating in the newly formed Benghazi select committee, former Secretary of Defense and CIA Director Leon Panetta has some advice: don't boycott. Why? Because the American people still have a lot of unanswered questions about what happened the night of September 11, 2012 when four Americans were murdered. Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morrell sees the select committee in the same way. More from Jim Geraghty:
Panetta and Morell, noting the attack has been subject to many investigations already, said they welcome the latest one in the House.
“If you look at the polling numbers a not insignificant percentage of the American people still have questions,” Morell said.
Morell, who said he already has testified four times about Benghazi, said he is 100 percent confident the upcoming investigation will show that allegations “the intelligence community politicized its analysis” are false.
H/T Ed Morrissey