In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Kate Quigley, the sister of CIA contractor Glen Doherty, recalled a meeting she and her family had with Clinton at Andrews Air Force Base three days after the terrorist attack in which the then-secretary of state said that the onslaught started as a spontaneous protest.
“She spoke to my family about how sad we should feel for the Libyan people because they’re uneducated, and that breeds fear which breeds violence and leads to a protest Quigley recalled.
So Kate Quigley is grieving the sad and unnecessary death of her brother, Glen Doherty, and Hillary tells her to feel sad about the Libyan people? And tells her that there was a protest that she knew was not true.
As most of us know who have been through losing a loved one, while we are in deep grieving, we don’t want to be told to feel sorry about someone or some other entity at that time. We can barely hold ourselves together, the shock, the anger, the numbness, all the twists and turns that grief takes and engulfs us.
How dare Hillary Clinton say such things to a grieving woman. This is what struck me to the core. The woman is so cold she must have ice water running through her veins.