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BREAKING: Benghazi Survivors Drop Bombshell About How They Defied Hillary's Orders, Then Saved Lives



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BREAKING: Benghazi Survivors Drop Bombshell About How They Defied Hillary’s Orders, Then Saved Lives

In light of the upcoming movie “13 Hours,” which depicts the account of what happened on Sept. 11, 2012, during the terror attack in Benghazi, Lybia, Fox News anchor Megan Kelly interviewed three men who lived through the horrific ordeal. Their story is one that should make former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hide in shame.

Security operators Mark Geist, Kris Paronto and John Tiegen were at the secret CIA annex about one mile from the diplomatic compound when the attack began.

They were ready to offer assistance but were told by a CIA officer to stand down even as distress calls were coming in from the facility.

Tiegen told Kelly Tontos was told to “wait twice and he (the CIA officer) told me to stand down.”


But these men didn’t let that stop them from moving in and doing what they could before more lives were lost. They defied their orders and headed to the consulate while it was under siege to help save the lives of those trapped inside. They also asked for backup, which never arrived.

Their account is one of true bravery in the face of extreme danger.

The men also told Kelly had they been allowed to go in when they first heard the distress calls, the four men who lost their lives would be still be alive today.

In response to the congressional investigations that concluded there was no “stand-down” order, the men laughed and Paronto said, “That’s just silly.”

These testimonies confirm what we’ve already suspected about the truth of what happened that night, and Clinton has done nothing but lie about it. And yet the mainstream media refuses to report on what really happened.


The truth is clear — these men were told directly to stand down when they could have saved lives. And one way or another, Clinton knows she is culpable.

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By: Kim Smith on January 6, 2016 at 7:20am