Fiery 'A Total Farce': Benghazi Survivor Slams 'Shameful' House Report
The newly declassified House Intelligence Committee report on the 2012 terror attack in Benghazi, Libya, is under fire from critics who say it contains multiple inaccuracies and omissions.
Kris Paronto, part of the CIA security team that was on the ground during the tragic attack, said on "America's News Headquarters" this afternoon that the report itself is flawed, with many inconsistencies and misrepresentations.
"The report is a total farce," Paronto said, explaining that other people's testimonies were taken over those who were actually fighting on the ground in Benghazi.
"Everybody that didn't take part in Benghazi or even wasn't 1,000 miles from Benghazi, they're views were taken over ours. It's shameful," he said.
"It's disheartening. I took an oath to defend this country and the government of the United States. And all of us did on the ground there. And we have been called liars by our own government. We've been turned on by our own government," Paronto said.
"I'm angry. I'm very angry, very disappointed."
Watch the clip above.