On Friday, former President Barack Obama waded into the fray when during a heralded speech in Illinois, he called out his successor by name and smeared 63 million Americans as ignorant racists.
It was vintage Obama as the Teflon-coated snake oil salesman dabbled in demagoguery, twisted the truth, whined that he didn’t get enough credit for the economic recovery and bolstered liberal morale now that has made it clear that he will once again be a player.
But for all of the buckets of hogwash that Obama drenched a crowd of adoring University of Illinois students with, he stepped on a landmine of his own making when he referred to the tragedy in Benghazi that resulted in the deaths of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans as a “wild” conspiracy theory.
That didn’t sit well with Kris Paronto, the former U.S. Army Ranger and private security contractor who was one of those who risked his life defending the embassy compound from the fiends that Obama himself enabled with the disastrous regime change in Libya that spread Islamic terrorism across the region like wildfire.
Paronto took to Twitter to unload on Barry:
Now there’s some fighting spirit that Republicans need to find a way to tap into.