ELIJAH CUMMINGS, DEMOCRAT: And, as I listen to your testimony I could not help but think of something that I said very recently -- two years ago now -- in a eulogy for a relative. I said that death is a part of life, so often we have to find a way to make life a part of death. And, I guess the reason why I'm saying that, going back to something Mr. Nordstrom said, he wanted, I guess all of you said this, he wanted to make sure we learn from this.This is a congressman. His purpose is to get the truth about why DEATH was part of the terrorist attack in Benghazi.
Instead, he blathers about a eulogy. What's happening today isn't a eulogy. It's a hearing to hold our government accountable.
When Cummings reacted to Hurricane Katrina, he didn't take that "death is a part of life" approach.
He was outraged.
"We cannot allow it to be said that the difference between those who lived and those who died in this great storm and flood of 2005 was nothing more than poverty, age or skin color."No "death is a part of life" in that.
Cummings is a disgrace.
We've reached a tipping point. I think this a defining moment in our history and in our future.
When the DEATHS of four Americans and a TERRORIST ATTACK on our nation is covered up for political purposes, there's no going back.
Obama, Hillary Clinton, the Democrats, and their "willing partners" in the media, disgusting and completely lacking in human decency, are part of life.
HILLARY CLINTON: What difference at this point does it make?To me, it makes all the difference in the world.
We're talking about negligence on a scale that is frightening. We're talking about dishonesty on a scale that is unforgivable.
Any American today taking the same approach as Hillary Clinton or Elijah Cummings to the Benghazi 9/11/12 terrorist attack is not a good person.