Not ready to let go of #Benghazi? Take comfort in these adult-sized footed 'Remember Benghazi' pajamas.

Benghazi footed pajamas.
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The sun is probably not shining brightly for Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) this Friday morning. After leading the 11-hour attack on Hillary Clinton during her hearing in front of the House Select Committee on Benghazi Thursday, Gowdy left empty-handed. There was no smoking gun revealing a nefarious plot to cover up the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. outpost in Libya. Most Americans believe the hearing was politically motivated and even conservative pundits were unimpressed.

If you, like Gowdy, need a touch of comfort in this post-Benghazi world, might I recommend this adult-sized footed onesie?

In delicate shades of pink or beige, these 100 percent plush polyester pajamas are the ideal uniform for the staunch Benghazi believer. The large kangaroo pockets are the perfect place to stash Hillary's printed emails or, in a pinch, your balled-up fists. And the drawstring hood is the quickest way to shield your eyes from the internet's swarm of #Bengowdy trolls. Emblazoned with the words "Remember Benghazi," you can sleep better at night knowing you no longer have a choice.

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Lauren Hansen

Lauren Hansen produces The Week’s podcasts and videos and edits the photo blog, Captured. She also manages the production of the magazine's iPad app. A graduate of Kenyon College and Northwestern University, she previously worked at the BBC and Frontline. She knows a thing or two about pretty pictures and cute puppies, both of which she tweets about @mylaurenhansen.