After Benghazi Hero RIPS ‘Cowardly’ Obama, Twitter Pulls FASCIST Move & Silences Him

While giving a speech on Friday at the University of Illinois, Barack Obama labeled Benghazi a “wild conspiracy theory.”

Of course, you remember Benghazi as the day four Americans (including a United States ambassador) were murdered when a radical Islamic group stormed a CIA compound.

Their names were Chris Stevens, Ty Woods, Sean Smith, and Glen Doherty.

Kris ‘Tonto’ Paronto, a former Army Ranger and CIA contractor, was one of the men to escape the attack in Benghazi with his life.

Here’s his striking critique of ‘cowardly’ Obama’s words:

Twitter decided Paronto’s tweets were too inflammatory so they pulled the ultimate fascist move and silenced Paronto by suspending his account.

From ‘Tonto:’

He wasn’t finished:


Because certain people disagreed with Paronto’s words, they felt he shouldn’t be allowed to say them. That is called fascism – when one side shuts down the other.

The First Amendment was put in place to protect speech others may not like. That’s the whole point.

John S.
God, family, country, politics, baseball.
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