Charles Woods, the father of Tyrone Woods, one of the Benghazi soldiers who was killed defending his fellow Americans on the night of September 11, 2012, had something to say to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on Tuesday regarding her interview on Fox News Sunday. During her conversation with Chris Wallace, Clinton suggested she had not lied to the Benghazi victims’ families and told them the terror attack was actually the spontaneous reaction to an offensive internet video. She held no “ill feeling” toward the family members because their memories must just be fuzzy, she insisted.
When Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer played the relevant exchange for Woods, who was hearing the audio for the first time, he responded indignantly.
“There are two options,” Mr. Woods said. “One, either she is lying, or she has a bad memory because of her age or head injury she’s suffered.”
Woods continued to explain that according to his recollection Clinton told him his son’s death was the result of a YouTube video. It’s the same thing she told the other family members, he added.
It wasn’t just in private – she then repeated the same lie to the American public at Joint Base Andrews in front of our fallen Americans.
“She stood in front of my son’s casket and blamed the rage directed at U.S. embassies” on a video, Woods said.The media has been skewered this week for offering an outsized amount of coverage to the feud between Donald Trump and the Khan family, while offering little coverage of Hillary Clinton's behavior toward the Benghazi family members.