06 June 2013

(Before It's News)

I want to thank former drone operator Brandon Bryant for having the courage to speak out and say what needs to be said in this emotional video. Bryant took part in the deaths of more than 1,600 human beings. None of us should condone his actions, however, it’s only in speaking out against those actions and helping his story get out to the world that we can finally put an end to this madness. Brandon calls his actions ‘sociopathic’; wouldn’t that make Barack Obama’s actions even more so? Brandon is disgusted with his actions. I hope Obama is, too.

Brandon trained for three and a half months before participating in his first drone mission. Bryant operated the drone’s cameras from his perch at Nellis Air Force base in Nevada as the drone rose into the air just north of Baghdad. Bryant and the rest of his team were supposed to use their drone to provide support and protection to patrolling U.S. troops. But he recalls watching helplessly as insurgents buried an IED in a road and a U.S. Humvee drove over it. ”We had no way to warn the troops,” he said. He later learned that three soldiers died.