Mother of Benghazi victim asks how her son's death could be considered 'phony'?
The latest White House storytelling has it that all the scandals plauging the Obama administration are "phony." The president said so. So did his press secretary Jay Carney.
But Patricia Smith, mother of slain Benghazi victim Sean Smith, begs to differ.
The mother of a Benghazi victim is furious about the new White House strategy of calling the terrorist attack and many other scandals plaguing the Obama administration "fake" or "phony."
Patricia Smith, mother of Sean Smith, who was slain in the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack, lashed out on "Your World" on the Fox News Channel about that terminology.
President Obama has never revealed what, if anything, he was doing while workers at the Benghazi embassy were urgently requesting support, nor has the administration explained why no forces were sent to protect the embassy. The administration also denied the attack was a terrorist incident, claiming it was a spontaneous protest against an obscure YouTube trailer for a film that may or may not exist.
"I don't believe him anymore," Smith said. "He's wrong. My son is dead. How could that be phony?"