Last week Taya Kyle, widow of American hero Chris Kyle took to Herald Radio for an interview in which she was asked about a broad range of topics including Hillary Clinton and her involvement with the terror attack in Benghazi.
On Benghazi, Taya didn’t mince words saying that she was “appalled that [Hillary] Clinton had the audacity to sit there and say, ‘Look people die in America every day, what’s the big deal.’ It’s almost like the real world doesn’t apply to her anymore, it doesn’t affect her, she doesn’t care.”
On Hillary being President: “”The fact that we’re talking about Hillary Clinton doing anything, especially leading our country, is so frustrating to me, because of her lack of morality, because of her lack of concern and compassion… God forbid if she got elected [President of the United States]…Maybe [Hillary Clinton] has been in the system so long that she’s lost sight of it,”
It looks like Hillary will have to look elsewhere for an endorsement from the family of an American hero.
The widow of the iconic the American warrior and subject of a blockbuster motion picture, Chris Kyle, unlike too many so-called conservative commentators, has been quite blunt in describing her thoughts and feelings about the media darling and presidential heir apparent, Hillary Clinton. For example, on a radio talk show appearance on Friday, Taya Kyle tore into Mrs. Clinton, especially about her role in the Benghazi massacre and her actions and statements in the aftermath of that Islamic terrorist attack, that displayed Clinton’s lack of leadership and her moral deficiency.
The visibly angry and disgusted wife of the man known as “American Sniper” blasted the former First Lady, U.S. Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s inadequacies for the position of Commander in Chief, especially in light of her responses to the Benghazi attack. Mrs. Clinton — who, unlike Taya, is married to a draft-dodger — began her alleged cover up by first blaming an obscure anti-Muslim Internet video, but then admitted the attackers were Islamic terrorists days after just about everyone else in Washington, D.C., knew it was a planned terrorist ambush.
Born April 8, 1974, in Odessa, Texas, Christopher Scott Kyle signed up with the U.S. Navy soon after watching the events following two terrorist attacks on U.S. Embassies in 1998. A crack shot since a young boy he was quickly assigned to the Navy’s elite SEALs unit. As a Navy SEAL, Kyle served four one-year tours of duty in Iraq as a sniper and was credited with killing 160 enemy fighters thereby saving countless American lives. His own story, American Sniper, became a bestselling book that was turned into a big-budget Hollywood film by another American icon, Clint Eastwood.