In his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama failed to mention the late Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the three other Americans who died on Sep. 11, 2012 in the terror attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
He DID mentioned the victims of the massacre in Newtown, CT in December, and invited the families of victims of other violent gun crimes to watch from the gallery.
The Benghazi victims' families were not present nor were they even mentioned. The reason for that is simple--unlike victims of gun violence in America, the Benghazi families were not useful props for his ambitious gun control agenda.
Mention of the American lives lost in Benghazi would have reminded Americans of the dereliction of duty by this administration.
Perhaps the former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke for the entire Obama Administration when she said, when asked about Benghazi, “what difference does it make?”