Benghazi hero Kris “Tanto” Paronto has been banned from Twitter for daring to criticize former President Obama’s handling of the 2012 Benghazi attack.

Obama had remerged into the political fray on Friday by giving a speech in Illinois taking credit for Trump’s booming economy and blaming Republicans for the political polarization.

“The politics of division and paranoia has found a home, unfortunately, in the Republican party. … they’ve embraced wild conspiracy theories by those surrounding Benghazi. Or my birth certificate,” Obama said.

Paronto, an Army Ranger who stormed the U.S. embassy compound in Benghazi, Libya, responded harshly to Obama’s claims.

“Benghazi is a conspiracy BarackObama?! How bout we do this, let’s put your cowardly ass on the top of a roof with 6 of your buddies&shoot rpg’s & Ak47’s at you while terrorists lob 81mm mortars killing 2 of your buddies all while waiting for US support that you never sent🖕🏼#scum,” Paronto tweeted.

Shortly after he released the scathing tweet, Twitter suspended Paronto’s account for twelve hours.

His account was reinstated Saturday morning.

“The look you make when you’re tired, sitting at the airport waiting for a flight and you see your @twitter account has been suspended for calling out a liberal hate group and their dumbass comments 🙄….yes boys and girls …. and leftists, we have the right to free speech but only if it fits the leftists narrative, doesn’t show their stupidity and ignorance and most importantly doesn’t hurt their fragile little egos,” Paronto tweeted Saturday.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told Congress last week that suspensions were meant to “shape user behavior,” which appears to include not criticizing a Democrat president.



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