WATCH: Widow Of Benghazi Hero SLAPS Down Hillary With 1 Simple Question To America

Dr. Dorothy Woods, widow of Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods who was slain during the Benghazi attack in 2012, issued a distinct question for America after a brutal tirade covering Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy failures and email abuse.

“In my case, the committee — The Select Committee on Benghazi had shown that she had negligence in judgment,” Woods said on Saturday’s “Fox & Friends.”

“And despite what her husband, President (Bill) Clinton, has said about the comments of FBI Director James Comey, he pretty much summarized that she had negligence in judgment, as well,” she added. “So, do we really want this woman as our next president? No.”

“I think that as a voter, It’s just another example of how as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continued to operate under the attitude of, rules that apply to everybody else don’t apply to me.

“We’ve seen this with her emails and setting up her server. We see this now with questionable relationships of her foundation, and its influence on her decisions as secretary of state,” Woods added.

She then directed her attention to GOP nominee Donald Trump, who had her full support.

Trump “is not afraid to say, you know, ‘What are our deficits? What our problems,’” she said. “He’s not afraid to identify radical Islam is a big one, both domestically and abroad, and to me, combating that is one of the most important things.”

You can watch the entire segment here:

Woods has every right to be frustrated with the current situation. Ill-informed Democrats and the liberal media are supporting a candidate who enabled, through a failed foreign policy approach, the deaths of four Americans.


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