Kris Paronto Is On FIRE – His ‘Just Do It’ Photo Has Nike PRAYING Nobody Sees It

Kris “Tonto” Paronto survived the attack in Benghazi, Libya after Islamic terrorists stormed a CIA compound.

Four men were killed during the ambush, which the Obama administration later blamed on a reaction to a YouTube video.

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

As most people are now well aware, Nike decided to use anthem kneeling quarterback Colin Kaepernick as the face of the 30th anniversary of their “Just Do It” slogan. Immediately, there was outrage.

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The problem with the ad campaign is the focus is believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. The problem is that sacrificing everything means giving one’s life for a noble cause, which is why it is referred to as the “ultimate sacrifice.”

Enter Paronto, who was just featured in a “Just Do It” photo that Nike desperately hopes nobody sees.

From Western Journal:

The athletic apparel giant Nike got plenty of publicity when it relaunched its longstanding “Just Do It” ad campaign last week, but it picked arguably the worst messenger to deliver the otherwise inspiring message.


While the announcement gave rise to a conservative boycott of Nike and compelled some customers to burn or trash their Nike gear, it also opened the door for the creation of satirical or parody memes making fun of the ad campaign, specifically the Nike campaign’s theme — “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything” — being superimposed on the face of a man who is a millionaire many, many times over.

One of those anti-Nike memes featured one of the heroes of the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, that left four Americans dead … a hero who truly understands what it means to “sacrifice everything” for something you believe in.

Here’s the photo – and it serves its purpose swimmingly:









Check out this interview with Paronto from 2015:

John S.
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