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Clinton Campaign was Concerned About “Overdoing” Tributes to the “Four Guys” Killed in Benghazi

Wikileaks - the gift that keeps on giving.

Oh, I’m not suggesting that the “outed” emails will be a difference-maker in the upcoming general election. I think that if you’re inclined to vote for Hillary Clinton after everything we know about how ruthless and corrupt she, and everyone around her, is, then, to steal a Trump line about himself, she could shoot someone in the street and still enjoy your vote.

Still, it is interesting to see from the messages in just how much contempt so many Americans are held by the Clintonites.


As reported by Townhall, Exhibit Z (multiplied by infinity) on that note is an email by a political consultant for Hillary, Mandy Grunwald, who, after examining a draft of Clinton’s then-upcoming opening statement to the Select Committee on Benghazi, thought it a bad idea that any “tributes” to the Americans killed there be included in said statement.

More specifically, Grunwald’s thinking was that it would be “odd to put the tributes to the four guys” in the statement, and that, more generally, Clinton should not “overdo the tributes to them.”

“The four guys?” You mean Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods?

We sure wouldn’t want to overdo any tributes to them.

Then again, maybe leaving out the mention of them entirely would have been the way to go. After all, the men were literally abandoned by Hillary…it would only be consistent that they were ignored in her opening statement, as well.

Ultimately, Hillary kept the mention of the “four guys” in her statement to the Select Committee. As I suggested, keeping them out would have at least been more honest somehow, but, well, when it comes to Hillary and honesty…

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large