It looks like Hillary Clinton will be the Commander in Chief of a reduced force if she becomes President.
Survivors of the 2012 Benghazi terror attack on the U. S. consulate in Libya know what it’s like for their President and Secretary of State to abandon them. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were both asleep at the wheel when the attack began and didn’t respond to the attack while it was happening.
Now, Hillary wants to be the President of the United States. What she probably doesn’t realize is that it’s not just about getting richer, but there are also some responsibilities that go along with holding the highest office in the land. Commander in Chief is but one of them.
John Tiegen was one of the heroes who survived the Battle of Benghazi. He knows that Hillary is more than capable of leaving servicemen and women to die. Tiegen stated that if Clinton is elected this fall, there will be a lot of special operations members leaving the service. Many of these patriots would sooner leave than risk the chance of Clinton getting them killed.
Conservative Tribune reports:
John “Tig” Tiegen was one of the men who survived the brutal Al Qaeda assault on our consulate in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012, in spite of the fact that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton refused to help him.
Now, if Clinton’s elected, he said a lot of special operations members would not stick around to find out if she might do the same thing to them.
In an interview with The Daily Caller, Tiegen said that many of the best and brightest in our military, including members of the special operations community, would prefer to leave rather than put up with the risk of a Hillary Clinton presidency.