Benghazi Survivor Unloads on Hillary, After She Pleaded a 'Sense of Urgency' for Puerto Rico
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Benghazi Survivor Unloads on Hillary, After She Pleaded a ‘Sense of Urgency’ for Puerto Rico

One of Benghazi survivors, Army Ranger Kris ‘Tanto’ Paronto, who served as security contractor during the terrorist attack in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012, did not hesitate to go after Hillary Clinton yet again.

Immediately in light of Puerto Rico’s hurricane crisis, Clinton posted a tweet, saying the White House “should send the Navy, including the USNS Comfort, to Puerto Rico now. These are American citizens.”

It was then and there Paronto had enough and let loose.

He was quick to ask Clinton what happened to her urgency when it was most needed in 2012.

“Wish u had that sense of urgency while u were watching the ISR feed during our 5th firefight in B-ghazi 😑or did u not consider us Americans?” he tweeted.

Paronto “was part of the CIA annex security team that responded to the terrorist attack on the US Special Mission in Benghazi, Libya, September 11th, 2012, helping to save over 20 lives while fighting off terrorists from the CIA Annex for over 13 hours,” according to his website.

The incident was described in the book “13 Hours,” whose author is Mitchell Zuckoff, and later made its movie debut.

This is not the first time Paronto snapped at Hillary. Back when she paid tribute to the deceased in the Benghazi attacks, writing “We’ll never forget,” he replied in a fiery post.

“The fact is u did nothing 2 help,” he tweeted at the time.

Obama and his staffers may have forsaken the fallen soldiers in Benghazi and their terrors, but Americans are not the ones to let that go so easily.

Take a look at the most respective tweets that emerged upon Paronto’s rant:

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  1. Leola Smith

    September 29, 2017 at 8:56 pm

    where did the money go that donated for haiti ? Iherd the clinton foundation got it.

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