Kim Simac: How must families of dead Americans feel about Benghazi ‘charade’? [VIDEO]
While most of the nation focuses on U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice and former CIA Director David Petraeus, the U.S. should not forget the families of the four Americans who were killed Sept. 11 in Benghazi, Libya, Wisconsin activist Kim Simac said.
Simac wondered what the families must be thinking as they watch the Benghazi “charade” that is the White House’s response to the terror attack.
“The soldiers and the heroes and the veterans are probably the most important people in this country, to be honest with you,” Simac told The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas.
“And to think that we had an amateur administration who mishandled this entire episode, and the people of this country are still struggling to find out even what was going on, and now we have some kind of scandal that seems to be taking precedent over the fact that these people were murdered and killed. I really don’t know how they must feel in those families to see the charade, if you will, going on out here.”
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