Barack “Fairy Barry” Obama is back in the news, this time denying that Benghazi was a setup designed to get Chris Stevens silenced/killed after sending Ambassador Stevens to Libya to sell or give away all of then-murderedweapons to CIA/ISIS. When ISIS had received all the weapons Libya had in her arsenals, “cleaning up lose ends” required the murder of Ambassador Stevens and the other men at the Benghazi compound.
In the “perfect scenario” imagined by Obama and the Clinton, all US personnel at Benghazi would be dead at the conclusion of the weapons transfer, including transferring chemical weapons to ISIS. Because it was essential that all US personnel be killed in Benghazi, extraordinary measures had to take place to stop several Generals and US Navy Admirals from rushing to the aid of the men in the Benghazi compound.
Barack Obama stepped out of shadows on Friday, opening his homosexual mouth and reminding Americans of his colossal failures as the illegitimate President of the United States.
Presidential fraud Fairy Barry Obama accused actual American citizen and lawfully elected President Trump of racism (of course – this is a black communist talking) , and also attempted to take credit for President Trump’s national economic excellence.
Among the stream of lies emitting from homosexual Barack Obama were his lies regarding Benghazi. Bear in mind that Obama had
Barack Obama: “The politics of division and paranoia has found a home, unfortunately, in the Republican party. … they’ve embraced wild conspiracy theories by those surrounding Benghazi. Or my birth certificate.”
Benghazi hero Kris Paronto responded to the former president.
Kris has not forgotten about the men lost as Obama did nothing.
Kris ‘Tanto’ Paronto is not “allowed” by Twitter to defend against Obama’s lies. Twitter promptly put him in a timeout.
Twitter did not appreciate this.
Twitter slapped a temporary suspension on Paronto’s account after his criticism of President Obama.
Twitter later lifted the temporary suspension of Kris Paronto’s account.
Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey told Congress last week his platform aims to shape behavior.
Apparently, that means not criticizing former President Obama.