Barack Obama has made the goal of terror groups like ISIS extremely easy. For eight long years, our country suffered under the incompetent, weak lack of leadership of Democrat Barack Hussein Obama, whose entire foreign policy consisted on going a world apology tour desperately trying to get other foreign leaders to like him. President Trump has even signed an executive order that will ensure that all Muslims coming from Muslim ruled countries are properly vetted.
However, Obama used an “appeasement” strategy with ISIS and other radical Islamic terrorist groups, not unlike what British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain did with the Nazi Party back in the late 1930’s. History tells us how that played out. Steel-spined Trump, who Winston Churchill’s bust back in the Oval Office, is now in charge, and he just told Sean Hannity what Obama was too cowardly to say about ISIS.
Trump said it best when discussing radical Islamic terror, “We have evil that lurks around the corner without the uniforms. Ours is harder because the people that we’re going against, they don’t wear uniforms. They’re sneaky, dirty rats. And they blow people up in a shopping center. And they blow people up in a church. These are bad people.”
Trump continued, “When you’re fighting Germany, they had their uniforms, and Japan, and they had their uniforms and they had their flags on the plane and the whole thing. We are fighting sneaky rats right now that are sick and demented. And we’re going to win.”
Trump also emphasized the need to not be soft on our sick, unhuman enemy, who has made a habit of drowning people in metal cages while filming them die with underwater cameras. Said Trump, “I mean, torture is real torture, OK? Waterboarding is – I’m sure it’s not pleasant, but waterboarding was just short of torture. When you know, all of a sudden, they made it torture.” He also added, pointing a finger at Saudi Arabia, “A lot of money is being spent from certain countries on radicalizing people. I don’t like that. I don’t like that.”
Are you glad Trump is taking a more proactive approach to fighting terror?