Barack Obama and his fellow conspirators in the Washington swamp set out to make Donald Trump’s life miserable.
Their ultimate goal was to drive Trump from office.
But a U.S. military veteran just shut down this top Obama ally for one awful act of treason.
After Donald Trump announced the U.S. military carried out a raid that resulted in the death of ISIS founder Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the fake and corrupt news media immediately schemed to devise a way to minimize the triumph.
They feared it would help the President as impeachment heated up and the 2020 election came into focus.
Fake and corrupt news members spent the previous week slamming the President for ending Barack Obama’s disastrous war in Syria and claimed the President withdrawing American troops from Syria threw ISIS a lifeline and would “make ISIS great again,” as Saturday Night Live claimed in a sketch.
These were all lies.
The killing of al-Baghdadi proved the President’s point that America could still fight the war on terror without deploying American troops into endless wars.
In order to chip away at Donald Trump’s victory, the Amazon Washington Post worked to elicit sympathy for al-Baghdadi.
The Washington Post published an obituary for the Islamic terrorist who oversaw beheadings, lighting prisoners on fire, drowning hostages by putting them in a cage and tossing it in water, rapes, and slavery by calling the ISIS founder an “austere religious scholar” in their headline.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo – who attended West Point and captained a tank platoon stationed in West Germany – slammed the Post for hating Trump more than loving America.
“I think it’s appalling and sick … that they’ve frankly not apologized for taking this man who was the head of the terrorist organization that beheaded people… who led a caliphate that threatened large pieces of the Middle East and indeed, presented risks to the United States and America,” Pompeo stated.
“The fact that a national newspaper would describe this person as an “austere scholar” in their headline — in the immediate aftermath of the achievements of President Trump and the administration, is truly appalling,” Pompeo added.
The Washington Post quickly backtracked trying to turn a murderous terrorist into a hero.
“Regarding our al-Baghdadi obituary, the headline should never have read that way and we changed it quickly,” Washington Post’s Vice President of Communication Kristine Coratti Kelly wrote.
But that was not the only worshipful coverage of the ISIS founder.
Never-Trump columnist Max Boot took issue with President Trump describing al-Baghdadi dying like dog and “whimpering and crying” as U.S. troops pursued him.
Al-Baghdadi died a coward’s death using three children as human shields before he detonated his suicide vest.
To Max Boot, this was a hero’s death worthy of a Viking funeral.
“Trump could not have heard “whimpering and crying because there was no audio, and Esper and Milley refused to confirm those details. The assertion that Baghdadi died as a coward was contradicted by the fact that rather than be captured he blew himself up,” Boot wrote.
The Amazon Washington Post expressing their hatred for the President by publishing sympathetic coverage of a murderous terrorist is exhibit ‘A’ as to why many Americans agree with President Trump when he calls the fake news media the enemy of the people.
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