Navy SEAL That Shot Bin Laden Makes Bold Statement About Women In Combat
Rob O’Neill, the veteran Navy SEAL that shot Osama bin Laden went on Fox Business channel on Tuesday to discuss women in combat roles and entering the draft.
Per usual, O’Neill did not mince words when asked about women in combat:
“I’ve operated with women. I know these Islamic fighters, they don’t fear death, but they do fear Hell. And if they are killed by women, they go to hell as far as they know.”
O’Neill did however recognize that adding female to all-male units could change the dynamics and urged against turning the military into a social “experiment.”
He ended his support for female troops with a great line: “Lock and load, ladies.”
Check out the full interview here:
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