Charles Woods, the father of Tyrone Woods, one the Navy SEALs murdered on 9/11 in Benghazi, called in to the Lars Larson Radio Show to express concerns about what he is hearing in the media.
In the audio clip, among other troubling information that he reveals, Mr. Woods says that Hillary Clinton told him that she was going to have the filmmaker, Nakoula Basselely Nakoula, arrested. Keep in mind that she knew in real time that the film had nothing to do with the Benghazi attack.
I highly recommend people listen to this audio.
Mr. Woods was interviewed by Glenn Beck and said much the same thing that he said to Lars Larson. Go to GlenBeck.com for further information.
Mr. Woods described an unfeeling Barack Obama and a cold, deceitful Hillary Clinton.
He then described his interaction with Joe Biden:
“The Vice President was also there,” Woods explained. “He said ‘I’m Joe Biden’. He said he had received one of these ‘damn phone calls’ when he had lost a family member. And then about a half hour later he approached me and said – and these are the exact words he said I don’t speak like this – quote and in an extremely loud and boisterous voice he said: ‘Did your sons always have balls the size of cueballs?’”
As Joe Biden said during the debates, “I always say what I mean.”
Mr. Woods statement:
I want to honor my son, Ty Woods, who responded to the cries for help and voluntarily sacrificed his life to protect the lives of other Americans. In the last few days it has become public knowledge that within minutes of the first bullet being fired the White House knew that these heroes would be slaughtered if immediate air support was denied. Apparently C-130s wer ready to repsond immediately. In less than an hour the perimeters could have been secured and American lives could have been saved.
After seven hours of fighting numerically superior forces, my son’s life was sacrificed because of the White House’s decision.
This has nothing to do with politics. This has to do with integrity and honor. My son was a true American hero. We need more heroes today. My son showed moral courage.
This is an opportunity for the person or persons who made the decision to sacrifice my son’s life to stand up.