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October 28, 2019

October 28, 2019

On Monday’s Mark Levin Show, Credit must be given to the U.S. military and President Trump on taking out ISIS Leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi. During the Obama administration, then-president Obama had the exact coordinates for a targeted drone strike on Baghdadi but he refused to authorize the strike due to new rules implemented by the State Department during the Obama years. Yet, the media won’t mention any of that, they’re just too concerned with criticizing Trump and asking whether or not he told Speaker Nancy Pelosi and why or why not. Even though General Tony Thomas has noted that a previous lead on Baghdadi was leaked to the New York Times and the ISIS chief got away. This is a monster who kidnapped, raped and beheaded American aid-worker Kayla Mueller and countless others and his demise is good for the whole world. Later, the Democrats will do anything they can to impeach Trump from their secret hearings with no due process, to not taking a vote in the inquiry, to vilifying every single thing Trump has done or spoken. Thanks to the pushback of Republican Members, the House will take up a vote on the impeachment inquiry and announce new rules yet again, despite the lack of due process and the damage already done by it.

THIS IS FROM:

Fox News
Obama’s team had the chance to kill ISIS leader Al Baghdadi — and they blew it (June 2017)

Fox News
ISIS broken, but leader slipped away due to leak, says key general (July 2017)

Breitbart
CNN’s Tapper Complains Trump ISIS Announcement Being ’20 Minutes Late’ — Part of His ‘Showmanship’

Right Scoop
Trump campaign calls Jake Tapper DISGUSTING for cutting away from Trump’s Baghdadi announcement

Newsbusters
MSNBC: Baghdadi Raid Shows ‘Flaws in Trump’s Foreign Policy,’ Happened ‘Despite’ Him

Twitter
The Washington Post described Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as an “austere religious scholar” instead of the depraved radical Islamist terrorist he was.

Washington Post
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, extremist leader of Islamic State, dies at 48

Washington Examiner
‘Charred corpse’: Second ISIS leader killed in US airstrike following Baghdadi raid

The Hill
House to vote for first time on impeachment procedures

City Beat
Federal Court Partially Revises Decision in Sandmann Case Against Washington Post

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