The mother of one of the four Americans killed in the Benghazi attacks on September 11, 2012, spoke on the recent findings from the newly released final report on the attack from the House Benghazi Committee.
Patricia Smith, the mother of Information Officer Sean Smith, one of the victims of the Benghazi attack spoke on Fox News and said Hillary lied about the Benghazi attacks.
She brushed aside that Hillary Clinton stated that it is “time to move on” after the final report was released. “It is definitely not time to move on. It has not been dealt with,” Smith said.
“I would like to see Hillary in stripes,” Smith said when asked what would give her closure.
“I think she ought to be made to acknowledge what she did, and she has not. So far, all she has done is lied and people are believing her,” Smith said.
Smith added that she has yet to receive a call from Hillary Clinton or the Obama administration to give her information on what happened at Benghazi on the day of the attack. Smith said she was told that Hillary or other State Department officials would get back to her, but then was told they do not have to get back to her because she is not a part of the immediate family, despite being the mother of one of the four Americans killed in the attack.
Smith said she spoke to Hillary Clinton at the coffin ceremony and Hillary told her it was the fault of an anti-islamic Youtube video that caused a protest.
Smith believes more questions should be asked to get more answers on the attack.
“Have her call me! I’m still waiting. Hillary, I’m waiting for what you promised me. All I heard was you getting on TV calling me a liar. That’s not true, Hillary. I am not the liar. You are the liar.”
Clinto responded to the final reports findings yesterday.
“I understand that after two years and more than $7 million spent by the Benghazi committee out of taxpayer funds, it had to report today that it had found nothing — nothing to contradict the conclusions of the independent accountability board, or the conclusions of the prior, multiple earlier investigations carried out on a bi-partisan basis in the Congress,” Hillary Clinton said.
“I’ll leave it to others to characterize this report, but I think it’s pretty clear it’s time to move on,” Clinton said.