On Fox News’ Outnumbered this afternoon, Jedediah Bila observed, following the release of the Benghazi report, that she doesn’t think Hillary Clinton is that bothered by the fact that Americans died there.
Clinton has publicly spoken about the deaths of Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods, and Glen Doherty, but Bila argued that Clinton’s reactions show a problematic “reflection of her character.”
She said “this doesn’t bother her” and she’s “willing to let it say, ‘Oh, you know, they’re playing political games.'”
“It doesn’t bother her that people died,” Bila said. “And then let’s say she had no ill intent. There was no malicious behavior… You would feel compelled to accept responsibility because you would be sick to your stomach putting your head to a pillow at night, but it doesn’t bother her.
Harris Faulkner wondered if “coming clean” would help her. Bila said, “She’d look like a human for a change.”
Watch above, via Fox News.
[h/t Media Matters]
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