Mom of Son Slain At Benghazi: “I want to wish Hillary a Happy Mother’s Day. She has her child. I don’t have mine because of her.”
Pat Smith’s son, Sean, was murdered by terrorists in Benghazi, Libya (9/11/12) thanks to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama’s negligence. On Sunday, she has a message for Obama and Hillary.
“I want to wish Hillary a Happy Mother’s Day,” Smith said. “She has her child. I don’t have mine because of her.”
Mrs. Smith appeared on the Mike Huckabee show on Sunday, May 12, to deliver her message.
Huckabee asked Smith if she was comforted at all by the Congressional hearings about the attacks.
“Absolutely not. I am still waiting to answers to just about everything,” she said.
Happy Mother’s Day, indeed.
(H/T Charlie Spiering.)
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