No amount of outrage can change something that never happened. Four Americans died in Benghazi in 2012. That happened. Muslim extremists broke into the embassy and killed four Americans. That happened. After numerous hearings, subpoenas, and committees, it is pretty clear that a cover-up did not happen. In the age of the Internet, some people are simply incapable of accepting that bad things simply happen. There has to be a cover up, a conspiracy, some way to conform inexplicably painful events to our worldview. For the last two years, the right has been attempting to dig up new information about Benghazi even though it looks like all the truths have been told and all the digging has been dug. Tea Party tweeters have attached #benghazi to just about every kind of tweet you could imagine in hopes of drilling deeper, even though that well has run dry. This week, the Republicans in Congress have decided to form yet another committee to investigate Benghazi, and this time they are going to question Secretary of State John Kerry, who was not secretary at the time of the killings. That should finally clear things up...

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