One survivor from the 2012 Benghazi terror assault in Libya named Kris Paronto has attacked Hillary Clinton at the Bridgeport’s yearly Lincoln Day fundraising dinner in Connecticut, where he said that he would do anything it takes to help GOP’s reveal the truth regarding the terror assault.
“I don’t think she has a soul,” said Paronto to the Connecticut Post. “I hope it haunts her. I don’t think it will.”
Along with being ruthless, Hillary is most likely unconscious and is prepared to go to extremes in order to get her hands on more power and money.
“You have a State Department that is giving stand-down orders when our embassy is under attack and our ambassador is killed,” commented John Slater, Bridgeport’s former Republican leader of Bridgeport.
“She lied to the family members, period,” added Paronto. “People are believing her over the family members of teammates that I lost.”
The entire incident that took place in Libya seems to become more preposterous with age — any mediocre government would have provided backup for its own soldiers. What does that say about the Obama administration? Nothing good.
As time went by, and more dubious information leaked concerning the Benghazi attack, tha incident grew more and more notorious, especially if we take into account the weak support the defendants of the consulate received at the time of the attack.
The Benghazi incident received major attention when the movie “13 Hours” was released, a film that gave an account of the assault, and it immediately raised many questions about this incident and the people who were involved in it, bot directly and indirectly (I have in mind Obama and his then Secretary of state Hillary). This is only a reminder of Obama’s incompetent administration.
“It was not a political movie,” said Andy Wainwright who is member of the GOP State Central Committee. “There was no finger-pointing. It highlights the bureaucracy and a lot of times the military being handcuffed.”
What do you think about this? Comment bellow and share this story on Facebook or Twitter to spread our word.