Former Navy SEAL Dom Raso isn’t going to let Hillary Clinton get away with the lie she told an audience in order to make herself appear as courageous as the American soldiers who define the word “courage.”
Raso, during an NRA commentator video, exposed Clinton’s blatant untruths about dodging enemy fire while in Bosnia.
“I remember landing under sniper fire, 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,” Clinton told an adoring crowd.
“It was moment of great pride for me,” she added.
Raso pointed out that video footage later proved nothing could be further from reality. Clinton was clearly seen being warmly greeted – with handshakes – when she arrived that day in Bosnia.
Especially significant is the fact that when Clinton was confronted about the obvious contradiction between her “moment of pride” and the damming footage, she dismissed it, saying it was a just a “misstatement.”
That is an inexcusable response in the military, a group that’s held to a much higher standard.
“In my 12-year military career, I never heard an excuse like that from my leadership. It’s impossible to even imagine that happening,” Raso said.
“Only someone completely arrogant, ignorant and disrespectful of what happens in war could say something like that,” he said.
Raso isn’t about to let Clinton bury her lie any further and says it’s time for the truth to be revealed instead of nonchalantly cast to the side.
“There is an undeniable feeling that we all get when we learn of the selfless stories being told about the men and women who have sacrificed everything on the battlefield for our freedom.
“Hillary was willing to lie in order to take advantage of that feeling of gratitude and awe Americans have for those who serve,” he said.
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