Kris “Tanto” Paronto is one of the survivors of the 2012 Benghazi attack that lead to the death of four Americans, which was the inspiration behind the blockbuster movie “13 Hours”.
Paranto did not hold back with how he felt about Hillary Clinton in the strongly democratic state of Connecticut at a fund raising event.
Here is what Paranto had to say about Hillary…
From CT Post:
Part of the security team that tried to defend the compound, Paronto headlined the annual Lincoln Day fundraising dinner of Bridgeport Republicans, who make up less than 10 percent of the city’s electorate.
“I don’t think she has a soul,” Paronto said of Clinton during an interview with Hearst Connecticut Media. “I hope it haunts her. I don’t think it will.”
The movie’s portrayal of the siege and a “stand-down” order to Paronto and fellow security team members has been challenged by Democrats. The film makes no mention of Clinton by name.
“You have a State Department that is giving stand-down orders when our embassy is under attack and our ambassador is killed,” said John Slater, the dinner’s organizer and Bridgeport’s former GOP chairman.
Slater met Paronto at the movie’s January premiere at AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys. Bridgeport was a dramatic change of scenery for Paronto, 45, who recently appeared at the National Rifle Association’s annual convention and the Kentucky Derby.
Weary from a red-eye flight and holding a cup of coffee, Paronto posed for photos with VIPs at a book signing in a ninth-floor hotel room, including Connecticut’s two Republican National Committee members, Pat Longo of Norwalk, and state Rep. John Frey, of Ridgefield.
Paronto said he has no doubt that there is a nexus between the Benghazi attack and the email scandal that has dogged Clinton, who has been criticized for using a personal server to send and receive classified material when she was secretary of state.
He repeated accusations that Clinton misled the victims’ families over what incited the attack.
“She lied to the family members, period,” Paronto said. “People are believing her over the family members of teammates that I lost.”
Clinton has denied telling the victims’ families that an anti-Islam video was to blame for sparking the attack.
Andy Wainwright, a Republican State Central Committee member from Stamford, said he recently saw “13 Hours” and was mesmerized.
“It was not a political movie,” he said. “There was no finger-pointing. It highlights the bureaucracy and a lot of times the military being handcuffed.”
Eric Trump, the son of Donald Trump, said it best just yesterday. Every American should have to watch “13 Hours” before they vote. How could anyone vote for her after seeing the movie?
The events that occurred are heartbreaking and infuriating at the same time. Part of what makes the move so powerful is that is never mentions Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama by name. The events are portrayed extremely accurately, as the survivors are the ones who helped film director Michael Bay create the movie with extreme accuracy.
Tanto is tired of the Obama administration refusing to take out ISIS and is asking American to JOIN HIM IN THIS MOVE to fight!