Charles Woods, a former attorney, said at the ceremony for Libya victims that he could tell that Biden, Clinton, and Obama were morally conflicted after speaking to them. He recounted the meeting he had with Biden, Clinton, and Obama with the families of the other Libya victims.
Here is what happened with each of the leaders:
On Biden: Biden told Woods that he was sorry for Ty's death. 30 minutes later, he came up to Woods and asked him in a "loud and boisterous" voice, "Did your son always have balls the size of cue balls?" Woods now asks, "Are these the words of someone who is sorry?"
On Clinton: Woods said the hug was cold and awkward. Clinton than told Woods that the US "we'll make sure that the person who made that film is arrested and prosecuted.”
This is interesting to note now that the administration claims it was not because of the video and the mounting evidence that they knew it was a terrorist attack from the beginning
On Obama: He said that Obama told him that he was sorry but shaking hands with him "was like shaking hands with a dead fish. His face was pointed towards me but he would not look me in the eye, his eye were over my shoulder."
Woods told Glenn Beck in an interview: "They denied the pleas for help and they watched my son die."
Woods read the following statement on Beck's show, in honor of his son:
“I want to honor my son, Ty Woods, who responded to the cries for help and voluntarily sacrificed his life to protect the lives of other Americans. In the last few days it has become public knowledge that within minutes of the first bullet being fired the White House knew these heroes would be slaughtered if immediate air support was denied. Apparently, C-130s were ready to respond immediately. In less than an hour, the perimeters could have been secured and American lives could have been saved. After seven hours fighting numerically superior forces, my son’s life was sacrificed because of the White House’s decision. This has nothing to do with politics, this has to do with integrity and honor. My son was a true American hero. We need more heroes today. My son showed moral courage. This is an opportunity for the person or persons who made the decision to sacrifice my son’s life to stand up.”
Listen to Woods interview with Glenn Beck by going here