While appearing on Fox News Sunday, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton once again called into question the truthfulness of the families who lost loved ones during the September 11, 2012, terror attack in Benghazi.
Here’s video of the segment:
Now she’s claiming that everyone who heard what she said is “confused.”
“I don’t hold any ill feeling for someone who in that moment may not fully recall everything that was or wasn’t said,” she told Chris Wallace.
Translation: “They’re lying.”
NPR’s Tamara Keith tweeted:
On Fox News Sunday, Clinton was asked to respond to the RNC speech of Pat Smith, a grieving parent much like Khan. pic.twitter.com/SQQXTVVzIH
— Tamara Keith (@tamarakeithNPR) July 31, 2016
She is completely UNFIT to be Commander-in-Chief. She only cares about herself. She is Satan's daughter.????
— Laura Muñoz ???????? (@LastChance2016) July 31, 2016
America Rising notes:
In the days immediately following the attack in Libya, Clinton cited a video rather than terrorism as the root cause of the attack that September day in 2012. Despite her claims that she did cite terrorism immediately, a detailed accounting of the events following the attack by FactCheck.org shows Clinton did not mention terrorism until September 20, a full six days after she met with the grieving families.
Maybe she’ll now tell us that FactCheck is lying as well…
Here she is again, blaming Benghazi on a video:
Here’s one more video:
And yet another video of the Obama regime blaming a video:
America Rising added: “With all of these half-truths, false statements, and outright lies, it’s not hard to imagine why 68 percent of the American people think Clinton is not trustworthy.”
But how many of that 68 percent will vote for her anyway?
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