A Super PAC called Americans United for Values has posted 25 billboards around Cincinnati, Ohio, to draw attention to the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack and Hillary Clinton’s response to it as secretary of state.
They are on the city’s main highways as well as other roads around the city.
“It is unconscionable that our nation’s leaders stood idly by as Americans came under attack,” said AUV treasurer Brian Kinnett in a statement. “Those in Washington who failed our service men and women have not been held accountable, and we will continue to fight for justice for the Benghazi Four. We believe this is what this election should be about.”