Former U.S. Navy Seal officer Dom Raso this week slammed Hillary Clinton and commenced his campaign to educate Americans that she really is a dishonest and fraudulent politician. During his career as a special forces hero, Raso faced some of the world’s worst bad guys in his 12-year career as a Navy SEAL and he’s killed more than his share of enemies.
Several law enforcement counterterrorism operatives have told the Conservative Base’s Jim Kouri that Raso knows what he’s talking about when it comes to protecting lives and property from terrorists, rogue military forces, drug cartel members and other dangerous human beings.
Raso has begun his”truth campaign” by boldly doing what the nation’s journalists have refused to do: Calling Clinton out for her lies, such as when she told an audience how she bravely dodged enemy fire in Bosnia. “in order to make herself appear as courageous as American soldiers.”
Even when it was revealed by dozens of witnesses that Hillary once again uttered yet another one of her whopping lies, the news media treated it as his she simply forgot someone’s name. “I remember landing under sniper fire,” Clinton said. “There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicle to get to our base. It was a moment of great pride for me.”
Dom Raso points out that a videotape proves Mrs. Clinton was greeted warmly with handshakes that day. She tried to blame her lie on a mistake, calling it a “misstatement.” “In my 12-year military career, I never heard an excuse like that from my leadership,” Raso told reporters. “It’s impossible to even imagine that happening.Only someone completely arrogant, ignorant and disrespectful of what happens in war could say something like that,” he concluded.
“Hillary was willing to lie in order to take advantage of that feeling of gratitude and awe Americans have for those who serve.”
“So Hillary claims she dodged sniper fire to get to her car. Here’s is the video of what really happened, and in the footage I’m not sure I see any sniper fire,” Raso said. “What makes this truly disgusting to me is that when she was called on it, she dismissed it like it was no big deal. Only someone completely arrogant, ignorant and disrespectful of what really happens in war could say something like that.”
“I’ve seen sniper fire and there’s nothing casual, nothing small and nothing ordinary about fighting for your life on the battlefield,” he added.
The “courageous” members of the news media — also known as the Democratic Party’s Super PAC — have never covered the stories of the fallen heroes of Benghazi, preferring to treat
Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and the other fabricators as the nation’s heroes.
But in 2013, these brave men and women were celebrated with a full day dedication at South Dakota’s rock concert playground known as the Buffalo Chip during the annual Freedom Celebration. The military tribute day included a poignant presentation to the families of fallen Navy SEALs, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty. The two showed heroic patriotism and courage in Benghazi, Libya, sacrificing their lives while saving the lives of many others. Members of their family were present on the Buffalo Chip’s main stage to accept the honors on Thursday, Aug. 8.
Also on hand were several rock bands such as the legendary Southern Rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, with America’s most popular classic rock hits. As one fan attests “When Skynyrd plays, it’s the best night ever.”
“Lynyrd Skynyrd is the most influential and indomitable band in Southern Rock history,” says Daymon Woodruff of the Buffalo Chip. “Timeless unyielding hits, crowds of thrilled audiences and thundering encores say it all. Like a cocktail blend of adrenaline, ‘Freebird’ and good times, Skynyrd is the IV that plugs you right in!”
Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He's formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show..
He's former chief of police at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at St. Peter's University and director of security for several major organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.