Navy Seal Father Message To The President: “If You Are Responsible For The Death Of My Son, I Totally Forgive You. I Love You. I Love America.”
In multiple appearances, Mr. Charles Woods, father on the former Navy Seal Tyrone Woods, tells us that President Obama did not do all that he could do to save his son and three other Americans in the Benghazi Libya terrorists raid six weeks ago. However, he does forgive the President for not responding and attempting to save the lives of four Americans that one dreadful night.
By now, we all know the story. In fact, multiple versions of it. So what really happened?
According to Woods, “the State Department had a live stream and was aware of the (‘distress’) calls from the Consulate. My son wasn’t even there. He was at a safe house a mile way. He heard the distressed call and then told to ‘stand-down’ even though he heard them crying for ‘help’. The former Navy Seal at that time refused orders to stand down and to the detriment of his own life… went to aid his fellow Americans all-the-while not receiving any assistance from the United States military.
The terrorist attacks lasted for more than seven hours. However, the Obama administration reportedly still has not revealed a definitive timeline of the terrorist raid.
So what went wrong? Why were three urgent requests for military help during the Libya Consulate attack denied?
Sadly, many would say it’s all political. But the mysteries don’t end here… were the American people misled to who caused this deadly attack?
At the Tyrone Woods memorial, Secretary Clinton told the grieving father that ‘the amateur filmmaker would be prosecuted’. Although she already knew it was a terrorist attack and had nothing to do with the ‘video’. And why did Jay Carney tell the American people by telling them the attack was as a result of the ‘video’ after the White House knew the attack (again) was not as a result of the video?
Regardless if you’re Republican or Democrat or whatever… former SEAL Tyrone Woods is truly a hero! He gave his life to aid others when he was told to stand down and was given no military support from his country.
His father went on to tell the President, “if I had the opportunity of speaking to you face to face, and I really love to, I would say tell you that if you are responsible for the death of my son, I totally forgive you. This is about honor, courage and about love for America. And remember this, Mr. President: MY son and others died heroes and it’s better to die the death of a hero than it is to live the life of a coward. If you are responsible for the death of my son, I forgive you, I love you. I also love America.”
Tyrone you are not forgotten. Not today or any other day. Thank you, again and again.