The victims’ families are “wrong, absolutely wrong” about what Hillary told them
We all remember Hillary Clinton’s, along with assorted Obama administration officials’, televised assertions that the Benghazi attacks that left four men—an American ambassador (Christopher Stevens), two former Navy SEALS (Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty), and one embassy aide (Sean Smith)—brutally murdered in a terrorist attack was the result of an anti-Islamist video.
As of the most recent Democrat debate, Hillary is still standing by that assertion and even going so far as to imply the Benghazi victims’ families are lying about what she told them.
Following Hillary’s repeated assertions that the video was the cause of the “spontaneous” attack on the Benghazi compound and the subsequent revelations that the attack was neither spontaneous nor the result of a video, the victims’ families came forward with the information that Hillary had told them that the video was to blame long after she knew that not to be the case.
Watch one victim’s mother express her outrage at Hillary for lying to her:
The above interview references the casket ceremony for the fallen, and here is the video of that casket ceremony in which Hillary iterates the false assertion that the attack was the result of the video.
In the most recent Democrat debate, Hillary doubled-down on the video story and even went so far as to suggest that the Benghazi victims’ families are lying about what she said to them about the attack.
Jorge Ramos, amid boos from the Hillary-friendly debate audience, persevered in his question about the victims’ families’ statements that she lied to them about the video and its role in the Benghazi attack. Hillary claims that the grief-stricken families are “wrong, absolutely wrong” about what she told them and asserted the attack was, now only “in part,” based on the video.
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