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Widow of Benghazi Hero Tyrone Woods Offers Brutal Assessment of Clinton’s Immediate Response to Benghazi


"To me, there’s a distinct difference between Ty and Hillary Clinton."

An armed man waves his rifle as buildings and cars are engulfed in flames after being set on fire inside the US consulate compound in Benghazi late on September 11, 2012. (Photo Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

The widow of Tyrone Woods is now speaking out against the U.S. government's response to the terror attack in Benghazi that killed her husband and three other Americans.

Dorothy Narvaez-Woods, speaking to conservative radio show host Hugh Hewitt on Thursday, said the "fundamental difference" between her late husband and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is that Clinton "thought of herself" at the time of the attack, whereas "the most important thing" to her husband on that fatal night was American lives.

Tyrone Woods Former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods was one of four Americans killed in the terrorist assault on the U.S. consulate in Libya on Sept. 11, 2012. (Image source: ABC News)

"To me, there’s a distinct difference between Ty and Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration," Narvaez-Woods said. "That night, American lives were important, the most important thing versus — you know, to Ty, that’s how he felt — versus Hillary Clinton, who you know, couldn’t be bothered with it. She dismissed it. She thought of herself. She thought of what that would look like. And that’s the fundamental difference."

Narvaez-Woods told Hewitt that she was "not surprised" the Obama administration didn't send help that night but added that she "can't focus on that."

"That’s the [Defense Department]. That’s way above me," Narvaez-Woods said. "But you know, I am comforted in that I knew that Ty was where he wanted to be, and he did the best he could, and he saved American lives."

Asked whether she feels that justice was done following the House Select Committee on Benghazi's findings, Narvaez said she got the answers she was seeking, but "big-picture wise, justice has not been done."

"I'm thankful that the committee, they are servants of the American people. They remembered what their job was, and their job was to answer questions, and they did that for me," Narvaez-Woods said. "It's now up to the public and the voters to decide."

Listen to the interview, in its entirety, below:

(H/T: Breitbart)

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