SHAMEFUL: Twitter Suspends Benghazi Hero over remarks about former President Barack Obama

The day after Benghazi hero Kris “Tanto” Paronto calls out former President Barack Obama for calling the attack on Americans holed up in a CIA compound in Benghazi a “conspiracy”, his account gets limited for 12 hours.


Paronto, former U.S. Army Ranger and CIA security contractor known for his rescue efforts to save U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stephens and U.S. Foreign Service Information Management Specialist Sean Smith, took to Twitter to confront Obama following his speech attempting to discredit the well-documented events of the attacks in which his then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton publicly blamed on a YouTube video.

Just days after Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey spoke at a Congressional hearing where he denied accusations that the social media giant has been targeting conservative accounts with shadow banning, Paronto’s account has been limited without explanation.

Days prior to the hearing, Twitter suddenly removed the QFD (quality filter discrimination) ban used to censor conservative accounts. This doesn’t appear to be a coincidence.

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Kimberly B
Kimberly B
3 years ago

Noticed his notice didn’t show what he posted that violated. They are doing everything they can to silence but it won’t work!!!