To try to destroy the memory of a staffer who met a violent death is really just gross.
The families who have lost their loved ones want the speculation to stop.
She said the late ambassador had "a lot of respect" for the former Secretary of State.
Why did it happen? Who did it? Why did they do it. We don't get any of that. Instead, what we do get is hordes of encroaching brown people, whose numbers don't seem to diminish no matter how many bullets are unloaded into them.
Lots of Blumenthal, e-mails and Benghazi. Not so much Obama.