Appearing on MSNBC Monday afternoon, the mother of one of the four Americans killed during the 2012 Benghazi attacks let her emotions show when the host attempted to offer her condolences for the loss of her son.
"He was a good guy," Patricia Smith told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell of her son, Sean Smith. "They sacrificed him as they sacrificed the ambassador and the two guys that that got murdered because nobody sent help. I want to know why, why wasn't there any help."
As Smith became emotional and Mitchell attempted to offer condolences and move along with her show, Smith interjected emphatically.
"You can't understand! You just can't understand! My only child was murdered and nobody will tell me why," the mother said. "He was the only thing that was going to help me when I get old. I'm old now. Who am I going to listen to? Who is going to help me now? He's not around and the government won't talk to me."
Smith said that she watched "every minute" of the hearings and criticized Clinton for "not answering the questions" being asked of her.
"If this was Hillary's department, she should have known what was going on, yet she claims she didn't and my son died along with the ambassador and two other wonderful people," Smith said.
Smith has been outspoken about her criticisms of Clinton's handling of the Benghazi attacks in multiple interviews.