Ambassador Steven’s last words at Benghazi were befitting of the man

In the highest traditions of the foreign service of the State Department, Ambassador Steven’s last words at Benghazi were befitting of the man. In Benghazi, American assets were and overrun and the ambassador and others were killed. The attack went on for 13 hours while President Obama and Secretary Clinton dithered over what to do. Military assets were cued up and were ready to launch within hours. It is even rumored that some were ordered to return to base. In testimony today, Ambassador Steven’s last words were revealed.

As Written By AMANDA PRESTIGIACOMO for the Daily Wire:

Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans – U.S. State Department staffer Sean Smith and Navy SEALs Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods – were murdered during a 13-hour terror attack on our consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that started on the night of September 11, 2012.

On Monday, giving testimony in Washington against terrorist Ahmed Abu Khattala, who’s accused of orchestrating the attack on the consulate, Diplomatic Security Special Agent Scott Wickland, the ambassador’s bodyguard, revealed Stevens’ harrowing last words:

“When I die, you need to pick up my gun and keep fighting,” Stevens told Wickland.

Independent Journal Review reports on Wickland’s testimony:

In his testimony, Wickland admitted he didn’t know if he was going to survive the attack. He also described the heartbreaking moment he lost Stevens and U.S. State Department staffer Sean Smith.

Wickland said he saw Stevens and Smith crawling behind him as they searched for a bedroom with a window to escape out of. When he exited the window, he was alone.

Vomiting from the smoke and taking fire, Wickland climbed out of the room and pulled the ladder up.

“That’s when I knew [Stevens and Smith] were …….

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