Benghazi Hero Breaks Silence on Susan Rice Scandal

The failures and lies of the Obama administration will continue to haunt America for years to come, with deadly consequences.

That administration shamelessly lied about the most serious matters, even when American lives were at stake – or lost.

Most Americans remember the Benghazi terrorist attack on September 11, 2012. Most Americans remember Hillary Clinton and Obama lying about the cause. And most Americans remember Obama’s National Security Advisor Susan Rice going on five Sunday talk shows to lie about what happened.

Rice said the terrorist attacks were caused by a “YouTube” video, when they knew damn well that it was a lie.

So far, there has been no justice for those brave Americans who lost their lives at Banghazi, despite hard fighting from survivors and the victims’ families. And now, after the revelations about Susan Rice’s new massive scandal “unmasking” Trump team members, Benghazi hero Kris Paronto has broken his silence and demands action:

“She has no credibility,” Paronto said. “I don’t know how people continue to believe her.”
Paronto explained that it’s very suspect Rice seems to have changed her story, as she had previously claimed she knew “nothing” about the intelligence reports.

“Double-talk, half-truths, that’s still lies,” Paronto said. “Within the veterans’ community, within Rangers, SEALs, Marines, there’s no such thing as a half-truth. It’s a lie [or] it’s not a lie.”

He said this is a golden opportunity for President Trump to crack down and “make an example” of a corrupt government bureaucrat.

“President Trump’s been given an opportunity here to set a precedent and stop this.”

Paronto is right. Rice should have been, at the very LEAST, fired after the original Benghazi debacle.

Now, if the allegations are true that she helped Obama use the official defense apparatus of the nation to spy on their political opponents, she should be in prison for life.

Because it sadly seems to happen so often, it’s easy to sort of side step how incredibly massive each of these scandals are on their own. Think about it: The Obama administration denied requests for additional security, and did nothing while Americans were dying in Libya. Then Susan Rice had the audacity to tell the entire nation bald-faced lies about it. Why do we allow these crooks to stay in business?

Never forget:

It’s truly unbelievable, and Paronto has the right idea. If President Trump truly wants to drain the swamp and do battle with the establishment, he needs to start holding these criminals accountable.

What do you think? Should Rice be charged and arrested? Share your thoughts in the comments below!


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  • They should all receive the same treatment. Beaten raped and dragged through the streets. That would be justice.

  • They should all receive the same treatment. Beaten raped and dragged through the streets. That would be justice.

  • She committed a crime, arrest her first (with lots of notice to the media), have a public trial. If she is convicted, she goes to federal prison (not the country club). This is what happens to any military member who does half of what this person did.

  • and our Ambassador wasn't just killed. Horrible things were done to him. Far as I'm concerned, do the same things to Clinton.

  • Four lives lost in Benghazi, so we have years of investigations and hearing after hearing. In the end, every investigation determined that nothing more could have been done. But, we continue to hear about it.

    Navy SEAL Chief Petty Officer William “Ryan” Owens dies in Trump's blotched raid in Yemen, and ... crickets. Total silence. All the supporters of our military are stuck dumb.

    • You continue to hear about it because those hearings were stonewalled by the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton. Now as for this "failed raid" you want to point to, well, it wasn't considered a failed raid by the Pentagon. Further, to compare it to Benghazi is foolish. The Yemen raid was a planned operation, from the Obama years, that was waiting for a moonless night. Yes, we took a casualty. He was a US military man who was well aware of the danger that comes with being such. If you think this mission and any others that follow should be judged a success or failure simply based on whether or not we take casualties, then you are mistaken. We will not defeat ISIS and not loose people, clearly they are ruthless killers. Finally, the mission in Yemen made it known to ISIS that they cannot set up comfortable dwellings and move in their families, they will need to cower underground somewhere.

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