Benghazi Victim’s Mother: Obama, Clinton, and Biden Lied To Me

Pat Smith, the mother of Sean Smith, who was killed during the September 2012 attack in Benghazi, says administration officials, including President Obama, Vice President Biden, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, lied to her about her son’s death.

‘I want to know what happened to my son’

Smith said that every time she sees television images of the wrecked compound in Benghazi, “I see those bloody fingerprints going down the wall,” she said. “I ask them (do) those belong to my son, and they can’t tell me.”

Thomas Sowell on when the lies fell apart…

The highest American diplomat on the scene in Libya spoke directly with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by phone and told her that it was a terrorist attack. The president of Libya announced that it was a terrorist attack. The C.I.A. told the Obama administration that it was a terrorist attack.

With lies, as with potato chips, it is hard to stop with just one. After the “spontaneous protest” story was discredited, the next claim was that this was the best information available at the time from intelligence sources.

But that claim cannot survive scrutiny now that the twelve drafts of the Obama administration’s talking points about Benghazi have belatedly come to light. As draft after draft of the talking points were made, e-mails from the State Department pressured the intelligence services to omit from these drafts their clear and unequivocal statement from the outset that this was a terrorist attack.

Attempts to make it seem that Ambassador Susan Rice’s false story about a “spontaneous protest” was the result of her not having accurate information from the intelligence services have now been exposed as a second lie to excuse the first lie.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s loudly proclaimed the question: “What difference, at this point, does it make?” The difference is between an honest mistake and a calculated lie to deceive the American people in order to win an election.

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