WATCH: Media, Dems Bash Trump Over Killing Of ISIS LeaderChris Menahan
Oct. 27, 2019
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The media and Democrats' hysterical reactions to President Trump allegedly killing Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi makes me think Baghdadi might actually be dead.
Just like with Obama Bin Laden, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is one of those "Emmanuel Goldstein"-type figures who has been "killed" multiple times but always seems to come back to life when a boogeyman is needed to justify keeping our forever wars going.
This case could be quite different if Baghdadi's killing is used as a reason for Trump to pull our troops out of Syria.
Some pundits lamented that killing ISIS members only reinforces their murderous ideology.Former DNI head James Clapper said the killing could "galvanize" ISIS, as Breitbart reports:
On Sunday’s broadcast of CNN’s “State of the Union,” former National Intelligence Director James Clapper commented on the reported death Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS.The media are already reporting that Abdullah Qardash has allegedly been appointed as the new leader of ISIS:
As Susan Rice said on CBS' "Face the Nation" in the clip above, killing Baghdadi "doesn't mean that the fight against ISIS is over and it doesn't mean we can declare 'mission accomplished' and just walk away."
"We need to be vigilant, we need to maintain a minimal presence in order to ensure that the pressure stays on ISIS and they don't come back roaring."
ISIS collapsed after Trump ordered the CIA to stop funding them and gave Putin the OK to wage total war on all their strongholds in Syria. Before Trump took over, ISIS were viewed as a "useful tool" to undermine Iran, Hezbollah, Syria and Russia.
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