In her first post-convention interview, Hillary Clinton once again claimed the families of those lost in the Benghazi terror attacks were lying about what she and the Obama administration had told them.
Commander John “Tig” Tiegen, one of the American heroes who fought to save lives in Benghazi while the President and Hillary concocted a story about a YouTube video, wasn’t about to let her get away with it.
“She seems to misspeak and be delusional about a lot of things,” Tiegen said, before claiming the Democrat nominee for president was “directly responsible” for the deaths of those killed in Benghazi.
Via Fox News Insider:
In an exclusive interview with “Fox News Sunday,” Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton doubled down on her claim about Benghazi, declaring that she never said the 2012 terror attack that left four Americans dead was sparked by an anti-Muslim video.
John “Tig” Tiegen, one of the American heroes who fought in Benghazi the night of the attack, told Brian Kilmeade on “Fox and Friends” today that he’s not surprised by Clinton’s comments.
“She seems to misspeak and be delusional about a lot of things,” Tiegen said, pointing to her infamous “sniper fire” in Bosnia gaffe.
Tiegen said that Clinton was “directly responsible” for the deaths of the Americans at Benghazi, because it was her job as secretary of state to make sure the compound was properly secured.
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Tiegen would later add that liberals don’t seem the least bit interested in finding out exactly what happened to help facilitate a terrorist attack on the anniversary of 9/11.
They “really seem to care to know exactly what happened, how it happened, where our failures were, where our positives were,” he said.
Tiegen is one of several witnesses who have claimed that Clinton failed to provide adequate security for the compound that would fall victim to terrorists, and followed up that mistake by failing to provide reinforcements as the battle waged on for 13 hours.
Cross-posted at the Political Insider