“Please, tell the world what she’s really like,” implored Patricia Smith when recounting Hillary Clinton’s aggressive on-air denial of the facts of their private conversation about the death of her son, Sean Smith, in the 2012 attack on the US embassy in Libya.

The interview comes on the heels of a new report compiled by House Republicans that accuses the Obama administration of deliberately responding to the assault slowly – for political gain. It also adds to the evidence against Hillary Clinton, who as then-Secretary of State flatly denied telling any of the victims’ families about the video Innocence of Muslims, which emerged online shortly prior to the terrifying attack and was later presented by the Obama administration as the suspected motivating factor behind it.

Clinton met with the families of the four victims three days after the tragedy. The meeting also involved President Obama and other officials. It is being alleged that Clinton knew she was providing the families with false information about the attack and its causes, which included the provocative low-grade Innocence of Muslims.

Since the meeting was held behind closed doors, all of the participants have their own version of what was said, but Hillary’s later insistence that she hadn’t blamed the attack on the tape is overwhelmingly in the minority.

“Hillary Clinton is a liar. Hillary Clinton has been a liar all along, and I don’t care what she wants to move on from – she has never answered the question of why is my son dead. Why was he even there? She says she testified for hours – eight or 11 hours or something… But nobody gave me any answers. I don’t know what this is all about. All I know is my son asked for help many, many times. I underline the many. Nobody helped.”

She mentions how her son had told her that he knew he was going to die, and how suspicious men had been taking pictures of the embassy compound just hours before the attack – including photos of the diesel drums that the attackers later used to set the building alight.

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