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Four Months After Benghazi, Questions and Security Concerns Are Still Left Unanswered
By: Rep. Joe Wilson (SC-02)
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) issued the following statement after the House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing where Secretary of State Clinton testified about the Benghazi terrorist attack:
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) issued the following statement in regards to the violence in the Middle East aimed at Israel:
Wilson stated, "The escalating conflict in the Middle East between Hamas and Israel is a result of ongoing attacks in which Hamas indiscriminately targets Israeli civilians with rockets and mortars. Israel, our most valued Ally in the region, has a right to defend herself against these threats. The United States will continue to stand by Israel and the Israeli people, just as we have done since her founding in 1948.
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) released the following statement after the House passed the Russia and Moldova Jackson-Vanik Repeal Act of 2012 (PNTR):
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) issued the following statement regarding the attacks on Americans in Libya:
“This morning’s act of unprovoked, horrific violence, resulting in the brutal death of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans in Benghazi, is senseless and will not be tolerated. I condemn these attacks as my thoughts and prayers are with the victim’s families. The Administration must do everything in its power on behalf of the American people to seek justice on those who perpetrated this act of terrorism.