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Wounded Warrior Who Survived Benghazi Has REALITY CHECK for Hollywood Libtards

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As Donald Trump’s inauguration as our next president draws closer, Hollywood libtards are growing louder.

But a wounded warrior who was literally almost killed by the incompetence of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton has a message that will shut them down.

Former Army Ranger Kris Paronto and his former unit are the subject matter of the recent movie “13 Hours: Secret Soldiers of Benghazi”.

The man knows what real courage is, not the phony “courage” Hollywood snowflakes speak about for boycotting Trump.

In an interview with Independent Journal Review, Paronto let the liberal elites have it:

“In the last eight years, the office of the president has turned into an office of celebrity. Obama was so concerned with how many times he could be on ‘The Jimmy Fallon Show’ and what he looked like on TV.

“He turned the position of Commander-in-Chief into a pop culture thing and pulled away from what the office of the president is all about — leadership.”

Paronto stressed that not all Hollywood celebrities are what most people would call “libtards.” Some, even some who are liberal, are still respectful and know their place. But to those who think they can use their celebrity to impose radical liberal views on the public, he had a harsh message:

“…you’re a monkey and somebody is turning the crank. You’re here to entertain us. When you’re gone, we don’t give a sh*t, we will find another monkey to do the job you were doing. …There’s nothing courageous about sitting in your five million dollar mansion and looking down upon us. It’s arrogant, it’s pompous, and it’s not bravery.”

OUCH!

Paronto wrapped up by encouraging Americans to stop looking at Hollywood actors as role models and heroes, and to instead start paying attention to the real heroes in their lives.

“The real role models are the guy who goes and puts his life on the line for his country, the police officer who jumps in front of a bullet, and the EMT who treats the wounded on the scene, people who put others before themselves,” he explained. “Those are the true celebrities.”

Here’s Paronto at a rally for Trump during the election campaign:

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