With the claims and evidence of wiretapping and surveillance by Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah by President Donald Trump, Democrats, including Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), are attempting to deflect from such criminal activity by pushing a non-documented fantasy of Trump colluding with Russia. Benghazi hero and survivor Kris Paronto, who saved over 20 lives during the September 11, 2012 Islamic jihad attacks while Barack Obama slept in his bed, has recently taken him to task telling him to help Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) or shut up.
In an op-ed at The Daily Caller, Paronto began, “When you dedicate your life to your country and are willing to lay your life down to protect it, nothing quite prepares you for the feeling of complete abandonment. But after Benghazi, that’s how I felt.”
“My teammates and I were left to die with no help,” he added. “Worse yet, people back home weren’t being told the truth about what happened from either our government or the media. It was all about politics, and it was enraging. There were, however, a few people in Washington who did stand up for us and were dedicated to uncovering the truth.”
Paronto then remembered Rep. Nunes, “One such man was Rep. Devin Nunes.”
Paronto then spoke of the character of Nunes, referring to him as a “good, honest man.” He then turned his guns on Schiff for demanding that Nunes recuse himself of the work he is engaged.
“Adam Schiff will always be the man who went on national television to say we were never told to stand down, and that we were only saying so to sell a book,” he wrote. “To a team of Marines, SEALs and an Army Ranger, those are fighting words.”
Paronto warned that Russia is not the friend of the united States and that the American people deserve to know whether or not they impacted our elections, as well as whether the usurper-in-chief and his administration were illegally surveilling Trump and his campaign.
“I am 100% confident that Devin Nunes can get to the truth on both of these important issues, and frankly, people like Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi either need to be helpful, or they need to shut up and let him do his job,” Paronto thundered against them.
I have met Kris and have interviewed him a couple of times. He is the real deal. He doesn’t care for politics, but does see good character, and while he points out the enemy on the battlefield in his piece, I often wonder how many times those who serve are willing to say that such people are Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff are domestic enemies.
Paronto finshed by stating, “Oftentimes, people in my line of work are more comfortable down range where things are real, than back home where politicians of both parties play games with seemingly no consequences. To know and face real enemies who want to do our nation harm makes everything else seem insignificant, yet Washington seems only to be concerned with triviality.”
I think that is because many in Washington are the enemy of the people, Kris. I truly believe that.
Rep. Nunes does have a difficult road ahead of him in bringing this matter to light. Kris Paronto says we should let him do his job. I agree wholeheartedly.
If you have not had the privilege of hearing Kris Paronto, do yourself a favor and read the book to which he contributed title 13 Hours, which was made into a major motion picture that I highly recommend, as well.