Mother of Benghazi Hero : ‘SHE’S LYING! She’s ABSOLUTELY Lying!’ As She EXPOSES the Truth About Hillary To CNN Host [VIDEO]

by Just An American | October 21, 2015 2:09 pm

The mother of one of the four men killed in the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, unloaded on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during an interview[1] on CNN and detailed just how little Clinton has kept her informed about the events leading up to her son’s death. More of the TRUTH is coming out as Hillary prepares to testify before the Benghazi Committee THIS week!


“She has not called me. She has not contacted me. She has not given me any information except to tell me that I am not a member of the immediate family, and I do not need to know,” Patricia Smith, mother of Sean Smith, said Wednesday morning.

“They told you that?” CNN host Carol Costello replied, visibly surprised. “Oh my goodness.”

The mother answered affirmatively and reiterated later in the interview that she had been told by the government that she’s not “a member of the immediate family.”

Smith absolutely unleashed on the Democratic presidential candidate after Costello played a clip of Clinton’s 2013 testimony of the attack during which she uttered the infamous line, “what difference at this point does it make?”

“She’s lying, she’s absolutely lying,” Smith said emphatically.

“I saw on the TV the bloody fingerprints on the walls over there. I asked specifically, ‘Are those my son’s fingerprints crawling down the walls, the bloody fingerprints?’” she said. “Nobody ever got back to me on that. Are those his fingerprints? Were those his fingerprints? What happened? Somebody’s got to tell me from the government.”

Watch Smith’s passionate interview below.

It is LUDACRIS to think that America has a woman like Hillary…who is in these kind of headlines, AND still a Presidential Candidate. What is happening to the standard of INTEGRITY in this, The United States of Obama’s America.

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