He’s a retired Army Ranger and a Benghazi Hero. Kris Paronto has proven he doesn’t put up with guff from anyone, and former CIA Director John Brennan just learned the hard way that that also applies to social media.
Brennan has been busy bashing President Donald Trump, as per usual, and claimed that being stripped of his no-longer-necessary security clearance is somehow Trump attempting “to suppress freedom of speech (and) punish critics.”
Please note that while Brennan is making this claim, he is still freely speaking and criticizing Trump. On social media and television.
In response, Paronto fired off a tweet at Brennan that shone a very bright spotlight onto Brennan’s tweet-mentioned “principles.” In his sights was the horror show of what happened in the aftermath of Benghazi:
But Paronto was far from finished with his target. He found another opportunity to make a direct hit and took it.
The Ranger fired off an RPG of a response at another of Brennan’s attack tweets against Trump. It was a direct hit:
Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) sent out a tweet about the security-clearance-stripping faux-scandal. Paronto decisively took aim at Brennan again.
Boom! And this one was yet another major blow:
It was almost like watching a cat toy with a mouse. Swat. Bat. Swat. Bat. Then suddenly, wham! The “kill shot.”
When The Federalist co-founder Sean Davis tweeted about Brennan’s “principles” in action, Paronto left no doubt as to just what kind of “principles” he believes Brennan has:
Much of what has been claimed about Brennan in the tweets can be verified through news reports, government hearing records and other authoritative sources. While Paronto has strong reason to not be a fan of Brennan, his criticism of the man might not be only fueled by his personal experience.
Paronto is also not the only hero taking aim at Brennan in recent days, either. Navy SEAL Robert J. O’Neill, known as the killer of terrorist kingpin Osama Bin Laden, has also taken his turn. When Obama lackey Ben Rhodes called Brennan the “point person” responsible for Bin Laden’s demise, O’Neill understandably objected to the claim.
Brennan just can’t quite seem to catch a break. And the more he and his fans keep trying to cast him as a hero to our nation and a victim of Trump, the more likely it is that he won’t catch a break any time soon, either.
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