It’s always heart-warming to see someone stand and do something when their heart has been touched.
Some people kneel in football stadiums – which brings about no change whatsoever.
The best way to effect change is through Education and LOVE!
Beth Heath, a Jacksonville resident, understands that and has made it her life’s mission to educate about that horrible night in Benghazi because her heart loves the men who died there. She and others formed Benghazi Tribute to remember these men and the sacrifice they made. Here’s a little snippet from their website:
“Do you believe as we do, that the loss of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and Veteran Navy SEAL Glen Doherty, Veteran Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods and Air Force Veteran Information Officer Sean Smith were a travesty that cannot be denied or forgotten? On September 11, 2012 these brave men fought valiantly to the end while waiting for help that never came in Benghazi, Libya.
The United States Benghazi Tribute Team is the only group in America that has stood the watch for the last six years to present annual Benghazi Tributes with military honors to remember and honor the Ambassador and Veterans lost in the Battle of Benghazi. The dedicated veterans and patriots serving on this Team are all volunteers. No one receives any compensation for their work, travel or expenses.”
Once a year, Benghazi Tribute hosts a special event to remember what happened and continue to expose the truth about that night.
The next event in Jacksonville is scheduled for Saturday, November 3, 2018.
Dinesh D’Souza, famed filmmaker, renowned speaker, and best selling author will be the key note speaker.
Kevin Shipp, Anti-Terrorism expert, former CIA officer and author is also on the agenda along with others supporting the mission.
Check out the full details here: http://www.benghazitribute.org/2018-benghazi-tribute/
We hope you can find time to come to the event, learn the truth and support the family members left behind by the Obama Administration.
Thank you, Beth Heath, for standing strong! You are a woman to be praised.