Two of the men responsible for security at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya on the night of the attacks issued an epic challenge to liberal Democrats who continue to push the narrative that there was no “stand down” order given.
Kris Paronto and Mark Geist, both former Special Forces operators speaking on behalf of their team, appeared on Fox News’ Sean Hannity show to discuss the tragic chain of events and challenge any Democrat accusing them of lying to “say it to my face.”
“The words stand down were given,” Paronto said.
Hannity asked the two soldiers if the people at the compound asking for help actually said, “If you don’t get here, we are going to die.”
Both men said that it was true, and it was their pleas for help that caused them to disobey direct orders and proceed with a rescue mission anyways. The men also…
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