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There's A Man Selling Pink Onesie Benghazi Footie Pajamas

They also come in cream.

Posted on May 8, 2014, at 3:31 p.m. ET

A man is now selling pink Benghazi footie pajamas that say "Remember Benghazi." They cost $74.50.

The account selling the pajamas, "FrecklessFunCat," is run by a man named Billy Durham, who is a defensive-driving instructor in Texas.

The pajamas also come in cream.

When reached by BuzzFeed, Durham said: "You know the news where they had that Benghazi thing?"

He made the design "just because it was on the news." According to Druham, CafePress is selling the design on a lot of different types of clothing. When asked how many pairs of pajamas he had sold, Druham said, "Not very many."

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