Former Alaska Governor and Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin was in rare form on Tuesday when she took to Facebook to excoriate Hillary Clinton’s “devil may care” attitude about the culmination of the Benghazi investigation. Palin argued that the final report proved that Hillary Clinton was an inveterate liar whose selfishness cost the lives of four men in Benghazi, and who will undoubtedly cost even more lives if given the chance to lead our nation.
HILLARY LIES, SOLDIERS DIE.
YES, HILLARY, AT EVERY POINT “IT MATTERS”
Listening to the Benghazi Committee reveal what we knew – the Obama Administration’s devastating lies cost lives, and at any point it just doesn’t matter to them. Thank you to Congressional investigators for their report.
The Administration’s deception is beyond shameful. They sat back and allowed our peacekeepers to die during what they witnessed becoming a suicide mission. In command of the greatest military in the world, yet officials sat back in Washington’s comfort, not allowing our troops to do their job to protect fellow Americans. Hillary left our men behind. Hillary is disqualified from serving as Commander in Chief.
The Administration lies and denies in places like Benghazi, which cost innocent American lives. Much like today’s refusal to believe real threats -denying Islam put the “I” in ISIS – they are wrapping America’s children in a suicide vest.
– Sarah Palin
For what it’s worth, Fox News pundit, Judge Andrew Napolitano seems to completely agree with Palin’s assessment of Clinton’s character. While appearing on Fox News’ Fox & Friends, Napolitano said that the Benghazi committee revealed that Clinton has a “persistent capacity for lying”!
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) June 28, 2016
Republished with permission Eagle Rising
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