Kris “Tanto” Paronto, a former U.S. Army Ranger and private security contractor who was part of the protection detail for a CIA team in Libya, was surprised to find himself having to fight in Benghazi to stop the death and destruction during the Sept. 11, 2012 Benghazi terror attack.
Paronto was one of the first to accuse former CIA chief and Obama White House adviser John Brennan of caring more about his “politics” — he’s on records as voting for an American Communist Party presidential candidate named Gus Hall — than he cared about those in harm’s way or on one of the battlefields on which American lives are lost.
The arguably dishonest and ultra-partisan Brennan and the Trump-hating news media quickly mobilized numerous high-powered defenders to his corner over the loss of his security clearance by order of President Trump.
However, even with so many helping the supporter of communists and radical Muslims to gain public sympathy and his new employers at cable news stations MSNBC and CNN, some honored and celebrated special ops heroes began their own movement defending the Trump administration and condemning the former CIA director who regularly calls the POTUS “treasonous.”
“He [Brennan] is lucky the security clearance is all he is getting away with,” Paronto told Fox News in an interview on Friday. Paronto, a survivor of the Benghazi terrorist attack, says that if anyone has been treasonous in the federal government it’s John Brennan
Responding a day earlier to Brennan’s tweet that his “principles are worth far more than clearances,” Paronto also tweeted: Benghazi remains a dark stain on Brennan, Hillary and Obama’s time in government.
Besides Mueller covering up the Benghazi terrorist attack and its aftermath, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe instructed FBI agents to lie to the public and Congress about the Benghazi attack, in order to protect his pal Hillary Clinton. A few years later, McCabe’s wife received a half-million dollars for her failed political campaign.