Screen Shot 2016-08-02 at 7.18.45 PMCharles Woods blasts Hillary as a liar, once again, after recollecting what she told him about his son’s death. Who do you think is telling the truth here?

If you watched this weekend’s Fox News Sunday, you saw an interview with Hillary Clinton in which she displayed an almost supernatural ability to expand both the scope and volume of her fabrications. Lying is nothing new for the unindicted Democrat frontrunner, but the public’s never-ending tolerance for her outright falsehoods is disturbing.  One person who’s not willing to sit idly by and listen to her fiction is Charles Woods, the father slain US Navy Seal Tyrone woods.

As you’re no doubt aware, Woods was one of the four heroes who perished in the Benghazi attacks.  Like all of the Benghazi relatives, Charles Woods has made it clear that Hillary did, in fact, tell the parents of the fallen that a YouTube triggered the assault that took his son’s life.

But this weekend, Hillary accused those family members of not remembering what she told them.

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  “My heart goes out to both of them. Losing a child under any circumstances, especially in this case, two State Department employees, extraordinary men both of them, two CIA contractors gave their lives protecting our country, our values. I understand the grief and the incredible sense of loss that can motivate that. As other members of families who lost loved ones have said, that’s not what they heard, I don’t hold any ill feeling for someone who in that moment may not fully recall everything that was or wasn’t said.”

“She stood in font of my son’s casket and blamed the rage directed at American embassies on a video she said we had no part of.”


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