Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain may end up being President Obama’s worst nightmare over this situation in Benghazi. As you saw during his press conference this week, Obama is peeved at them over their treatment of his administration regarding the Benghazi incident but it’s just going to get worse.
Want proof? Well, The Brody File was in New Hampshire covering the presidential race a couple weeks ago and watch what Graham said to an audience at a local establishment in Manchester. (Graham was there to hold a Get Out The Vote rally for Mitt Romney).
Sen. Lindsey Graham: How many of you are worried that Benghazi, that they're going to get away with it. Yeah, me too. Well, they're not. They're not. I promise you they're not.
Graham: It's not being partisan to hold an Commander In Chief accountable for his actions. These four people that were killed, you could see this coming for months. There was an Al Qaeda storm brewing, the British left, the Red Cross closed their office in Benghazi. We left the place open, unsecured, and the Aug. 16 cable saying Al Qaeda's all over Benghazi, we can't withstand a coordinated attack, and basically they were telling Washington we're going to get killed if you don't do something about it. And we did nothing about it.
For eight hours, not one person could come to their aid. On Sept. 11 of all days? And all the lies, we're going to get to the bottom of it, and the man that's going to lead us there is going to be John McCain.
Get ready Mr. President. It’s about to get a whole lot worse. Graham and McCain don’t play around.