Bigger Than Benghazi: The Military Coverup Nobody Wants To Talk About

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from Pete Santilli Show:


Pete Santilli Episode #1037

Four years ago Billy Vaughn was told his Son Aaron, a Navy Seal and member of the Elite Seal Team 6 that took out Bin Laden, was dead. Mr. Vaughn and the families of the men who died the morning on August 6, 2011 over Afghanistan have never bought the official story. As much as military officials have urged Mr. Vaughn to let it go convinces him even more that they have something to hide.

About Billy Vaughn – Billy’s son, Special Operations Chief (SEAL) Aaron Carson Vaughn (DEVGRU), was one of America’s most elite warriors … one of the 300. He was engaged kinetically in the Global War on Terror and his heart beat passionately for the republic he loved. On 6 Aug, 2011 he, along with 29 other rough, fearless, American warriors, stepped into a CH-47D Chinook chopper in the black of night and headed to a mission from which they would never return. As Billy and his wife, Karen began searching for answers, their eyes were opened to vile atrocities being played out on America’s military. They quickly came face-to-face with their worst nightmare…our boys shouldn’t have died that night. The downing of Extortion 17 was at best unnecessary and at worst a negligent, reckless loss of life. Political games, criminal Rules of Engagement and Washington’s total, wanton lack of regard for the battles our fearless warriors face on a nightly basis finally culminated in the greatest one-day loss of life in the history of Naval Special Warfare. If these atrocities had ended on August 6, 2011, Billy’s battle would never have begun. But multitudes since have breathed their last –at the hands of the same disgusting lack of regard and/or criminal behavior. Our defenders deserve to be defended. The burden of their covering rests on us, the patriots of this nation. It is imperative that we stand together and demand change. Although Billy cannot be engaged in this war kinetically as Aaron was, he feels the absolute need to be engaged culturally.