Monday, March 16, 2015

Hair on Fire News Talk Radio/Republican Weekly Address by Susan Brooks(R-IN) Audio

In this week’s Republican address, Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN)
calls on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to turn over her personal email server to a neutral arbiter in order to advance the House’s investigation into the Benghazi terrorist attacks that took the lives of four brave Americans.

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Associated Press: “GOP lawmaker: Clinton email server key to Benghazi inquiry” “A member of the House committee investigating the deadly attacks against Americans in Benghazi, Libya, says Hillary Rodham Clinton's email server could help lawmakers answer vital questions.  Rep. Susan Brooks of Indiana said in the weekly Republican radio address Saturday that gaining access to Clinton's server is ‘the only way to truly know’ that investigators have obtained all the State Department communications that ‘rightfully belong to the American people.’”
The Guardian: “Clinton emails may answer 'vital questions' on Benghazi: GOP lawmaker” “Republicans on Saturday sought to keep up the pressure on Hillary Clinton … over her use of personal email while serving as secretary of state.  Congresswoman Susan Brooks, a member of the House committee investigating the deadly September 2012 attack at the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, used the weekly GOP public radio address to call on Clinton to hand over her email server in order to answer ‘vital questions.’”
The Hill: “GOP rep wants Hillary to give server to 'neutral' arbiter” “Rep. Susan Brooks (R-Ind.) on Saturday urged former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to let an independent investigator search her private email server. …
Brooks on Saturday argued closure on Benghazi was more important than the debate over Clinton’s technology decisions.  ‘Because this isn’t about Hillary Clinton, or Trey Gowdy, or me,’ she said. ‘It’s about the four brave Americans we lost. These men were public servants. They were also fathers, sons, friends, colleagues and neighbors.’”
Washington Examiner: “House Republicans call on Hillary Clinton to hand over email server” “In the GOP's weekly address to the nation, Rep. Susan Brooks, R-Ind., said an independent arbiter should review the contents of the server to determine which emails should be made public.  It was the Benghazi panel, Brooks said in her address, that led to the discovery of Clinton's personal computer server and her decision to hand over some of the emails.  Brooks said Clinton should turn over the emails to help determine why four Americans were lost that night.”
Newsmax: “Rep. Brooks: Hillary Must Turn Over Her Email Server” “Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton didn't decide to turn over some of her emails out of a sudden ‘sense of transparency,’ but because of the House committee investigating the Benghazi attacks, Rep. Susan Brooks said Saturday, insisting that it is time for Clinton to turn over her email server to an independent arbiter.  But not only that, but the committee learned Clinton kept her emails, and once it was discovered, ‘it was she and her attorneys alone who decided what e-mails should be returned to the government and then just a fraction of those were released to our committee,’ said Brooks, a former U.S. Attorney.”
ABC News Radio: “Rep. Susan Brooks, R-IN, delivered this week’s Republican address, giving an update on the House select committee investigating the attack on the U.S Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.  It was the committee’s oversight investigating the attack which killed four Americans, according to Brooks, that led to the discovery that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used personal e-mail for official State Department business.”