Bill Clinton blasted for disgracefully telling Marine vet to ‘sit down’ and ‘shut up’

Bill Clinton shouted at a former Marine to “shut up” during a campaign event for his wife.

The Marine stood to ask questions about the Veteran’s Administration during the South carolina rally on Friday but when he turned to a questions about Benghazi things got hostile.

“We had four lives in Benghazi who were killed and your wife tried to cover it up,” the Marine said to Clinton causing raucous boos from the crowd.

“Will you let me answer? I’m not your commander-in-chief anymore but if I were, I’d tell you to be more polite and sit down,” Clinton responded as security escorted the man out of the building.

Clinton got even angrier as the man yelled while being yanked out of the event.

Shocking video: US Marine booed, removed from Clinton rally for asking legitimate question.

“Do you have the courage to listen to my answer? Don’t throw him out. Shut up and listen to my answer. I’ll answer it,” the former president shouted.

But the answer never came and the man, along with a woman companion, were kicked out of the building.


Marine Kicked Out Of Clinton Rally

Social media was outraged by the former president’s behavior.


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