Benghazi Widow: Hillary Clinton Has No Right To Tell Me To “Move On”
July 2, 2016 • iizthatiiz
In her first interview since the Benghazi terror attack nearly four years ago, Dorothy Woods, the wife of former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, admonished Hillary Clinton over her reaction to the report from the Senate’s Select Committee on Benghazi.
“Nobody in government can tell me how I feel. What I should feel about it. She has no right, nor has anyone in government have the right to tell me it’s time to move on.” – Dorothy Woods
Speaking toward those who have undermined the importance of the Benghazi investigation, Woods was harsh in her assessment. “They’ve been dismissive. The committee’s been ridiculed. The committee’s been criticized” for doing the “right thing”. “The facts are there, and it’s up to the American people to really figure out where they fall on this.”
Asked if the report changed her view of what happened and who is to blame, Woods explained that the committee kept her informed throughout their investigation. “I was fortunate to know very early on the important things that happened.”
Without naming anyone specific, Woods said she placed the blame on those in the “upper level of government” who decided that they were “just going to lie about this, gloss over it because ‘I’ want to protect what ‘I’ look like.” Politicians who were only “thinking about the next job” and not “having the backs” of those who put themselves out there in service of our country.
Mrs. Woods left it to viewers to decide for themselves ‘who’ in that “upper level of government” she was thinking of in her remarks.