Just days after hundreds of retired military Special Operations professionals urged Congress to investigate the deadly terrorist attack on American diplomats in Benghazi, Libya last fall, the non-partisan grassroots advocacy organization OpSec has released their own video plea to contribute to the effort:
Nearly seven months after the Benghazi attacks there are still more questions than answers about the Obama Administration's response. Time is running out to find the truth. Absent a special investigation, the American people will never discover the truth about why Americans were simply left to die in Benghazi.
More than 70 House Republicans have cosponsored H. Res. 36 to create a Select Committee on the Terrorist Attack in Benghazi - but more than 160 still haven't signed on.
We need your immediate help to contact Members of Congress and urge them to join OPSEC's effort today at www.opsecteam.org.
According to its website, OpSec's mission is "protecting US Special Operations Forces and national intelligence assets and operatives from political exploitation and policies, and the misuse of classified information, that unnecessarily exposes them and their families to greater risk and reduces their effectiveness in keeping Americans safe."
The group has previously attracted national attention for criticizing the Obama administration for trading classified information for political gain. Their video message, "Dishonorable Disclosures," has garnered more than 5 million views on YouTube since its release last August.