Hillary Clinton Blows a Benghazi Heckler To Smithereens During a Speech In Buffalo

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A heckler to tried to interrupt former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton’s speech in Buffalo with Benghazi conspiracy talk, but Clinton blew him and the GOP to smithereens with one sentence.

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During her speech on Wednesday at the University of Buffalo, a man jumped up at started heckling former Sec. Hillary Clinton by screaming, “You let them die.” Mrs. Clinton didn’t miss a beat in her speech and said, “Because we can’t move from crisis to crisis, we have to be willing to come together as citizens to focus on the kind of future we want, which doesn’t include yelling. It includes sitting down and talking.”

Hillary Clinton will not be disrespected, or shouted at during her remarks. Over the years, former President Clinton has masterfully handled hecklers. President Obama expertly manages to walk the line between giving hecklers a right to speak, and controlling the stage. President Obama turns the tables on hecklers, and always comes off as fair, openminded, and likable.

After seeing the video of how she handled the heckler in Buffalo, the Republican Party might want to rethink the plan to stop Hillary Clinton in 2016 with a Benghazi conspiracy. Mrs. Clinton is a person who has been at the front of the biggest domestic and global political stages. She isn’t going to be rattled or phased by some conspiracy theory.

The difference between Hillary Clinton and the potential Republican 2016 field sticks out most when one compares her Buffalo remarks with how Ted Cruz handled getting heckled by immigration activists at the Value Voters Summit. Cruz stood there with an absent look on his face while the protesters spoke. He replied with cheesy applause line attacks on President Obama, “Seems like President Obama’s paid political operatives are out in force today.”

Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and Chris Christie are all wannabe presidents. Hillary Clinton is ready to be president. The Benghazi conspiracy theories that are being pushed by Fox News talk radio, and House Republicans aren’t going to get her off of her game. If Republicans think that President Obama has been tough on them, wait until they get a load of the just as strong Hillary Clinton.

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