Here’s a recent revelation against Hillary Clinton. Benghazi survivor John Tiegen has claimed that he saw a video proving the Obama administration had lied about the attack.
In an interview, Tiegen said he believed the former First Lady had all the facts of the Benghazi attack. He added that the Democratic candidate was present for the funeral even before the four deceased Americans came home.
“If they really wanna squash all the conspiracy theories, release the conflict video that they have, because they have it,” Tiegen said in the interview. We’ve seen it.”
When asked about what the video, Tiegen replied,”It wasn’t a protest. I mean, just from right there, they knew from the very beginning that it was never a protest. Even the video showed it wasn’t a protest.”
Earlier in July 2016, a report from Politico noted that Tiegen and Mark “Oz” Geist, members of the Benghazi security team, said that four Americans wouldn’t have been killed if the former Secretary of State did her job properly.
“Thank you America for showing us the support and dedication that should have been offered by Hillary and her State Department to those who saved their butts,” Geist said.
Geist said that the attack at the Benghazi consulate was not about politics, it was about opportunities.
It was previously reported by Morning News USA that watchdog organization Judicial Watch filed lawsuits for the release of emails regarding the Benghazi attack sent by Clinton from her private server.
This made the Department of State admit that it discovered certain Benghazi-related documents among the 14,900 emails the Democratic candidate deleted and withheld from the Department of State.
Susan Rice, then-Ambassador to the United Nations, provided incorrect information on television when she suggested that the attacks were nothing but a result of a sudden protest of an anti-Islam video produced in the United States.
However, this version was contrary to earlier reports and was later proven to be false, according to Guccifer 2.0’s official blog. This is because the attack is now believed to be a planned assault by extremists with ties to Islamist anti-Qaddafi militias.