Kris “Tanto” Paronto, survivor of the 2012 Benghazi attack, showed no remorse for Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton. At Bridgeport’s annual Lincoln Day fundraising dinner in Connecticut, he told the audience that he would work day and night to help Republicans shine a light on what exactly went down on Sept. 11, 2012.
“I don’t think she has a soul,” Paronto said during an interview with the Connecticut Post. “I hope it haunts her. I don’t think it will.”
Not only does she not seem to have a soul, she probably doesn’t have a conscience either — she will do whatever she can, no matter how corrupt it may be, to increase her power and wealth.
“You have a State Department that is giving stand-down orders when our embassy is under attack and our ambassador is killed,” said John Slater, Bridgeport’s former GOP chairman.
“She lied to the family members, period,” Paronto said. “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.
That verdict was reinforced by the story found in “13 Hours,” the movie that gave an account of the Benghazi attacks and sparked a firestorm of debate late last year — it’s still being viewed and it’s still exposing our inept government.
“It was not a political movie,” Andy Wainwright, a Republican State Central Committee member, stated. “There was no finger-pointing. It highlights the bureaucracy and a lot of times the military being handcuffed.”
This election season, voters have never had a clearer choice for president of the United States: Hillary Clinton, the one who abandoned four good men, or Donald Trump, the man who raised $5.6 million for veterans.