Hillary Clinton sent out a fundraising email with a quote from President Barack Obama. In the email Obama described the Republican National Convention as, “strange and outrageous.” We can only wonder what part of the Convention he thought was strange and outrageous.
One of the speakers at the convention that Clinton’s email referred to was the mother of U. S. Air Force veteran Sean Smith who died in Benghazi at the hands of terrorists.
In her speech, Smith held Hillary Clinton accountable for the death of her son and the others who perished in Benghazi.
Obama warned that Republicans will drag Hillary Clinton’s name through the mud in an effort to get Donald Trump elected. Is Obama saying that accusing Clinton of incompetence and holding her accountable for the four American deaths in Benghazi is “dragging her name through the mud?”
Young Conservatives reports:
According to President Barack Obama, a convention that included a speech by Patricia Smith, mother of the U.S. Air Force veteran Sean Smith who died in the Benghazi terror attacks, was, “strange and outrageous.”
The Washington Times reported that Obama bashed the Republican National Convention in a fundraising email from presumptive Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton.
Obama called “laughable” actor Clint Eastwood’s speech at the 2012 RNC where he lectured an empty chair as if he were speaking to the president, although the only laughable part was that it clearly went over his head. He then added:
“Given who they’re about to nominate for president, a stunt like that could rank pretty low on the list of strange and outrageous incidents we see this week in Cleveland.”
Smith gave a powerful speech that held Clinton accountable for the death of her son in the Sept. 11, 2012, Benghazi attacks — was that speech part of what Obama considered “strange and outrageous?”