THE HILDEBEEST: Can’t Hide Her Contempt At Start of Benghazi Hearing

Clinton flicks through her papers and stares at her notes as chairman reads out the names of four dead Americans.

Hillary Clinton opened Thursday’s hearing before a House committee by casually flipping through her notes and shaking her head as the panel’s top Republican read out the names of four Americans who died in the 2012 terror attack on a State Department outpost in Benghazi, Libya.

Cable TV broadcasts showed Clinton, who was secretary of state when heavily armed Islamists laid waste to the Benghazi facilities, paying no attention to Rep. Trey Gowdy as he intoned the names of Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods.

They ‘served this country with courage and with honor,’ Gowdy said. ‘And they were killed under circumstances most of us could never imagine.’

‘Terrorists poured through the front gate of an American facility attacking people and property with machine guns, mortars and fire.’

Clinton stared forward wordlessly through most of Gowdy’s opening salvo after shuffling through her papers as he began the day’s circus-like proceedings.

When it was her turn to speak, Clinton turned the atmosphere into a memorial to the fallen.

‘I’m here to honor the service of those four men … and the work their colleagues do every single day all over the world,’ she intoned.

‘I took responsibility’ for the attacks, she claimed, saying she had ‘launched reforms to better protect our people in the field and help reduce the chances of another tragedy happening.’

Clinton also said she had a personal relationship with Stevens and took responsibility for his death.

‘As Secretary of State, I had the honor to lead and the responsibility to support nearly 70,000 diplomats and development experts across the globe,’ she said.

Read more: Daily Mail

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