Earlier in the week, Hillary Clinton had been asked during a debate if she had lied to the Benghazi victims' families when she told them she would seek justice on the scapegoated makers of an anti-Islam Youtube video rather than the terrorists responsible for the attacks. After the audience shouted "boo" over the question, Hillary said that Patricia Smith, mother of Sean Smith, was "absolutely wrong" to call her a liar. See below:
Appearing on Fox Business, Patricia Smith responded to Hillary's comments by saying there is "a special place in hell” for people like her "and I hope she enjoys it there." Tough words.
"She lied to me. She told me it was a fault of the video," said Smith. "And she knew full well it wasn’t at that time. And then she says, she was going to check, and if it’s any different, she would call me back. She would let me know. She has never once spoken to me, or her office. The only thing I ever got out of them is that I am not a member of the immediate family, and I don’t need to know."
"I want Hillary to talk to me personally, and tell me why there was no security there, when they were asked for it," Smith continued. "I know this, because I spoke to my son. That day, he says he was really scared, because he saw the 17 people — 17 November, whatever it was, that they were walking around taking pictures. And he was afraid. He says it didn’t look very good. And he was afraid. And that he asked for security, and he was turned down."
Smith concluded, "I want to speak to her personally, and I want to be able to ask her what happened, and I want her to be able to tell me what happened. I don’t believe she’s got the guts to do that. As Madeleine Albright said, there’s special place in hell for people like her, and I hope she enjoys it there."