Hillary Clinton would love it if the American people would just “move on” from talking about the 2012 terror attack in Benghazi where four Americans were murdered because she refused to provide the level of security necessary for them to operate safely inside a country where forces hostile toward America were active.
In fact, shortly after the House Benghazi investigation report was released, Hillary spoke publicly, telling people it was time for the country to “move on” from the attack.
Dr. Dorothy Woods, widow of Tyrone Woods who died fighting terrorists, told CNN that she was especially offended by Clinton’s dismissiveness.
“I think that nobody in government can tell me how I feel, what I should feel about it,” Woods said. “She has no right, nor does anyone in government have any right, to tell me to move on.”
Woods went on to say that this kind of talk is representative of how the families of the Benghazi victims have been treated by the Obama administration for the past four years.
“They have been dismissive,” she said. “The committee has been ridiculed. The committee has been criticized. It’s for the public to decide. Some people have made their decision, others haven’t. But the facts are there and it’s up to the American people to really figure out where they fall in this.”
Do you think Clinton was out of line to tell people that it’s time to move on? Should we just forget what happened?