Charles Woods, father of slain Benghazi hero Tyrone Woods, blasted Hillary Clinton Tuesday for lying to himself and to the American people after reading out of his diary the remarks Clinton told him at his son’s casket ceremony in 2012.
Appearing on “CNN Newsroom” host Carol Costello asked Woods to respond to Clinton’s attempt to discredit the family’s of the Benghazi victims who have criticized her for blaming a video for the deaths of their children instead of blaming the planned terrorist attack. (RELATED: Hillary Criticizes Benghazi Hero’s Mom: She ‘May Not Fully Recall Everything’ [VIDEO])
“Well, I know what she said, and it has nothing to do with faulty memory,” Woods replied. “As you know, I’ve shown this book to many people. I keep my brains in my pocket. And for years I write down the important things that happen during the day. And this was written down right after we met with Hillary and so it has nothing to do with a faulty memory and I’ll read to you exactly what the conversation was that I had with with Hillary.”
“This is just a couple days after what happened in Benghazi, when the bodies came out. ‘I gave Hillary a hug and shook her hand, and she said that we are going to have the filmmaker arrested who is responsible for the death of your son.’ Now, not only did I write that down, she also told that to other family members. And then about a half hour or 45 minutes later, she went on national TV at the casket ceremony and she repeated the same untruth,” Woods said.
“She said, as I recall, rage was directed towards the American embassy as a result of the awful film that we had no part in. So she not only lied to the American people, she also lied to myself and to other family members,” Woods said.
Yesterday on CNN, Patrica Smith, the mother of Sean Smith, one of the other Americans who was killed in the Benghazi terrorist attack blasted Clinton, arguing that the former secretary of state “kills people.”(RELATED: Mother Of Benghazi Victim: Hillary Clinton ‘Kills People’ [VIDEO])
Last Sunday in an interview on “Fox News Sunday,” Clinton attempted to discredit Smith, arguing that she “may not fully recall everything that was or wasn’t said.”