Did Obama’s Rules of Engagement Get 38 Navy Seals killed?

(Circa.com/Sara Carter) A decorated retired Air Force officer who witnessed one of the most deadly attacks on Navy SEALs in U.S. history is breaking her silence, saying the government covered up evidence detailing that the 2011 downing of a Chinook helicopter gunship that killed 38 fighters in Afghanistan could have been prevented had it not been for restrictions to the military’s rules of engagement that were changed under the Obama administration. Award-winning investigative journalist Sara Carter with Circa news joined Lars today to discuss this cover-up. 

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