Syria: Trump Obliterates Red Line And Hillary Decides That Action Over Sympathy Is Good [VIDEO]

Syria: Trump Obliterates Red Line And Hillary Decides That Action Over Sympathy Is Good [VIDEO]

Syria: Trump Obliterates Red Line And Hillary Decides That Action Over Sympathy Is Good [VIDEO]

Remember Obama’s Red Line concerning Syria and the atrocities Bashir Assad has visited upon his countrymen? I do. Sadly and horrifically for many Syrians, Obama’s Red Line had no effect. It was like Gumby. Bending every which way in an effort to appease everyone and help no one.

Syrians are dying by the thousands in the last few days because Assad decided to use Sarin nerve gas on his countrymen once again. The horrors are beyond belief. So much so that I haven’t written because it’s too horrific to imagine that someone would do that to their own countrymen. But guess what? Assad did so in the past, and he did so now. Who suffers? Mothers, fathers, and babies.

President Trump and King Abdullah had some very strong responses regarding Syria during their press conference yesterday.

As did Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley:

Meanwhile, critics galore thought …ehhh, Trump will just say words and nothing will happen. Including a certain wannabe candidate for President named Hillary Clinton:

“Assad has an air force, and that air force is the cause of most of these civilian deaths as we have seen over the years and as we saw again in the last few days,” Clinton said in a speech at the “Women in the World” summit in New York City. “And I really believe that we should have and still should take out his air fields and prevent him from being able to use them to bomb innocent people and drop sarin gas on them.”
The former secretary of state and Democratic presidential nominee against Trump in 2016 reiterated her support for a no-fly zone over Syria and more direct support for protesters.
“I still believe we should have done a no-fly zone,” she said, in a slight knock against former President Barack Obama, whose Cabinet she served in. “We should have been more willing to confront Assad.”

If the situation itself wasn’t so horrific Hillary’s statement would be a comedic knee slapper. But instead it’s Hillary Politics at its worst. She KNEW as Secretary of State how bad Assad was. She KNEW that he would do anything and everything to keep himself in power. Including throwing the rebels under the bus, using chemical weapons on his people, and welcoming ISIS into his country. His countrymen have been killed and priceless centuries old archeological history has been destroyed and he’s done NOTHING. But all of a sudden Hillary is concerned?? Don’t make me laugh.

As for those such as Ron Paul and idiots across social media who think this whole gas attack thing is a false flag? Get over yourselves and quit ingesting the tinfoil.

Meanwhile, President Trump had a completely different response in mind.

Keep in mind folks, those missiles went directly toward the areas where it is believed the chemical attacks originated from. President Trump’s response, in my opinion, was exactly what was needed.

Syria should’ve been stopped years ago. It is an absolute fact that Obama’s Red Line in the sand was useless. It is a fact that the entire world knew that any gesture Obama would make to stop Syria would be not only futile, but laughable. Yet that didn’t stop people such as Hillary Clinton from trying to tell us that if we empathize or have sympathy for our enemies then they’ll stop being bad people. Yeah, that worked out SO well, didn’t it?

Sadly and horrifically for those who perished under this latest attack, this information won’t help. What will help, and does help, is action to stop the atrocities, to obliterate ISIS. However, we have key guidelines to follow and the President must make his case as Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) points out.

“Any military action in Syria must be justified as protecting the vital national security interests of America – including decisive action to prevent chemical weapons from falling into the hands of radical Islamic terrorists,” Cruz said in a statement.

Syria and the world now know that atrocities like this will not get swept under the rug by the U.S. Actions speak louder than words, and right now, President Trump’s actions are speaking louder than any words Obama ever said.

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  • GWB says:

    As for those such as Ron Paul and idiots across social media who think this whole gas attack thing is a false flag? Get over yourselves and quit ingesting the tinfoil.

    The evidence certainly is stronger for this one, but why disparage doubters as eating tinfoil hats? (Did you mix a metaphor there?) It’s easy to fake video of the aftermath of a chemical attack. And this is not an area of the world known for the veracity of its photos or videos. So, yes, I doubt every claim that comes out of the area, with the exception of western intel agencies. Unfortunately, I’m beginning to doubt those, too, given recent revelations.

    While I understand the urge to punish evil wherever it is found, I’ve become more of an “isolationist” as to our foreign policy. I don’t think we should be the world’s policeman, nor its avenging angel. But, since we’ve already involved ourselves in this mess, I applaud Trump’s action.

  • EH says:

    So the US should just jump into every conflict where kids are killed then? Better reinstate the draft because kids are getting brutally killed all over the world every day and we will be jumping into wars for the next 100 years.
    War is hell and all the ‘rah-rah’ cheering it on is sick. We just stepped into the middle of a religious civil war being fought between people that have been fighting for 1500+ years and we are now one step away from war with Russia. All prior non-engagement agreements are now off. Russia is moving more military hardware into the region. So what happens next time somebody sets off an chemical weapon? It’s just a matter of time now. Trump now has no choice but to launch a second, more powerful attack otherwise he will be called a failure and weak. You ready for how the second attack scenario plays out? Better be because it’s coming. Hope the coming war is worth the many lives that will be lost. Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, even Vietnam tell me otherwise.

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