Ben Swann Reality Check – Obama's Drones = Hypocrisy

Ben Swann is news anchor and investigative reporter for Channel Fox 19 in Cincinnati.  In story after story, he lays out the facts so clearly they’re undeniable. If the national MSM had his intelligence, integrity and courage, this country would be a far better place.

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Cathy Gardino

I agree with Ben…Obama is one of the biggest terrorists today…Physically, morally and financially…a corrupt terrorist in sheeps clothing…Watch your soup Mitt…He cannot be trusted.

Dr. Eowyn

I’m glad there is at least ONE truthful TV reporter in America!


I agree that the US has stepped up its’ drone attacks and I believe this is not always good. We need human intelligence and without captured terrorist we limit the ability to do that. However, in a BO world, who I believe uses drone attacks incorrectly without proper intelligence verification, which inflicts this collateral damage spoken of and under which certain circumstances would be unnecessary deaths to civilians there is a huge difference. The drone attacks by the US are targeting terrorists and cause civilian deaths. The Hamas rocket attacks are targeting random civilian populations and not military or threatening… Read more »

Vic Bailey

This Socialist Government has to go they are even saying how good it is on Public Television that is paid for by big rich SOCIALIST! Semper Fi.


wait till the proposed drone flights start in the u.s.start and all suspected terroist in the u.s. are targeted. ex-military, bible believing Christian, gun owners, and any one who won’t bow to oboma

Afroze Ali
Afroze Ali

I hope you will sign and support my petition demanding an immediate end to the brutal drone-killings of innocent men, women, and children in Pakistan. The lives of those people are no less precious.
This issue is very important to me, and together we can do something about it!
Read more about it and sign it here:
Campaigns like this always start small, but they grow when people like us get involved — please take a second right now to help out by signing and passing it on.
Thanks so much,
Afroze Ali