Eric Bonner, a military K9 handler who served in Turkey, posted a story about Hillary Clinton on Facebook that quickly went viral.
Bonner wrote that he’s “not voting for Clinton,” and relayed an experience with the former Secretary of State that led to his decision.
As of this posting, Bonner’s story has been shared well over 200,000 times on Facebook.
Which naturally led to his account being suspended temporarily by Facebook, who is seemingly in the business of trying to censor all things anti-Hillary.
Bonner said the next morning after his post started making the rounds, he woke up “to find my account had been suspended.”
Facebook needed to verify his identity and suspended his account until he could do so. Bonner declared, “The timing of it was interesting.”
As for those doubting the accuracy of Bonner’s claims, Snopes has done an excellent job of pointing out facts that make the incident, at the very least, plausible.
Bonner and Suli were indeed on duty in Turkey in 2009 as evidenced by an article regarding a surgical procedure performed on his K9.
Additionally, State Department records indicate Clinton did make a trip to Turkey to meet with that country’s foreign minister a few months earlier.
Honestly, does anyone doubt a story involving Hillary berating her military security detail and telling them to “get that F**king dog away from me?”
We didn’t think so.