Benghazi Victim’s Sister Steps Forward To Reveal ‘Very Strange’ Thing Hillary Told Her After Attack
by Randy DeSoto, Western Journalism Kate Quigley, whose brother Glen Doherty was killed in the Benghazi attacks, said she was not happy to learn that Hillary Clinton perpetuated a lie when she met with her family in 2012. Quigley told CNN’s Anderson Cooper Thursday night: “I met her when we were at Andrews Air Force Base,” when the bodies of the four slain Americans arrived in the United States. Then Secretary of State Clinton “spoke to my family about how sad we should feel for the Libyan people because they’re uneducated and that breeds fear, which breeds violence and leads to a protest. I remembers thinking at the time, how selfish of me. I never really thought about the Libyan people, I’ve been so consumed with my own grief and loss and concern.” “When I think back now to that day, and what she knew, it shows me a lot about her character that she would choose in that moment to basically perpetuate what she knew was untrue,” she added. Cooper responded: “It seems an odd thing to even bring up in that moment, which is obviously a moment of extreme grief for you and for your family. Its seems like she really didn’t need to go down that road.” “Yeah, it was very strange, and I thought about it, and I never spoke about it for a long time, but you know, eight days later was Glen’s funeral, and at the funeral the priest mentioned in his eulogy how sad he was that religion was involved in this death. So, this is eight days after the attack that that story is still out there,” Quigley said.
— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) October 23, 2015
As reported by Western Journalism, Select Committee on Benghazi member Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, questioned Clinton on Thursday about the dichotomy between her public statements in the days following the attacks (as well as those of President Obama and former UN Ambassador Susan Rice) that a YouTube video incited a demonstration which turned into a spontaneous attack on the American consulate, and private emails the committee obtained showing Clinton representing otherwise. In one email the former secretary of state sent to the Egyptian prime minister on Sept. 12, 2012, she wrote: “We know the attack in Libya had nothing to do with the film. It was a planned attack — not a protest.”
On the very night of the attack, she emailed Chelsea Clinton (who used the alias Diane Reynolds): “Two of our officers were killed in Benghazi by an al Qaeda-like group: The Ambassador, whom I handpicked and a young communications officer on temporary duty w a wife and two young children. Very hard day and I fear more of the same tomorrow.”