Dorothy Woods, widow of Benghazi hero, Tyrone Woods, ripped Hillary Clinton for believing the “rules that apply to everybody else don’t apply to me.”
She added, “Do we really want this woman as our next president?”
Via Fox News Insider:
Dorothy Woods, whose husband Ty Woods was one of the four Americans killed in the 2012 Benghazi terror attack, says that Hillary Clinton’s track record proves that the Democratic nominee believes rules don’t apply to her.
Woods pointed to Clinton’s controversial private email server and new revelations that showquestionable ties between Clinton’s State Department and the Clinton Foundation.
“The Select Committee on Benghazi had shown that she had negligence in judgment. And despite what her husband, President Clinton, has said about the comments of FBI Director James Comey, he pretty much summarized that she had negligence in judgment, as well,” Woods said. “So, do we really want this woman as our next president? No!”
Woods added that the Clinton machine is excellent at “sugarcoating” her mistakes and flaws, but you can’t argue with facts – and emails.
Watch the interview below …
MORRIS: “We have seen Clinton scandal unfold the latest with the Clinton Foundation and number of probes now at different FBI locations across the country looking into this. Does this surprise you?”
WOODS: “No. It doesn’t surprise me. I think that as a voter, it’s just another example of how a secretary of defense Hillary Clinton continued to operate under the attitude of rules that apply to everybody else don’t apply to me. We have seen this with her emails and setting up her server. We see this now with questionable relationships of her foundation and her influence as secretary of defense. In my case, the committee, this select committee on Benghazi had shown that she had negligence in judgment. And despite what her husband, president Clinton has said about the comments of FBI director James Comey, he pretty much summarized that she had negligence in judgment as well. So, do we really want this woman as our next president? No.”
MORRIS: “If you listen to former president Bill Clinton out on the campaign trail yesterday, he says, like, this is just the typical Republican witch-hunt. This is the media going after Hillary Clinton. She should be prepared for it and that this is a load of bull to actually to quote the former president. What do you say to the former president?”
WOODS: “Well, is he doing his job as a husband. And as a Democrat. They are very good at sugar coating her mistakes and making her look like the best candidate. And you know, you can’t really argue with facts. You can’t really argue with emails. So, you know, I don’t fault him for defending her. But, you know, the facts are there. And you know, a lot of her behavior looks suspicious.”
MORRIS: “What is the most important issue in this election for you and who do you support?”
WOODS: “The most important issue for me in this election really comes down to national security and leadership. Because I am a veteran I come to from a family of veterans and obviously because of Ty and his sacrifice in Benghazi, national security is very important to me. And I think that Donald Trump, who I do support and Ohio will vote for, is not afraid to say, you know, what are our deficits? What our problems. Is he not afraid to identify radical Islam. To me come batting that is one of the most important things.”