Last week, President Trump announced the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Kudos to our military, and to POTUS for green-lighting the dangerous mission.
However, the Dems and the MSM (but I repeat myself) immediately began their attacks, slamming POTUS and picking apart every word of his announcement.
In a particularly absurd remark, WaPo columnist Max Boot complained that President Trump had described al Baghdadi as a “coward,” but after much backlash, Boot backtracked.
Kamala Harris bizarrely said of President Trump’s announcement: “It was like he was commenting on a ‘video game.'”
And CNN analyst Philip Mudd was outraged by President Trump’s announcement, insisting ‘We don’t celebrate death.’
But when Moammar Gaddafi was brutally murdered by Libyan rebels in 2011, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton cackled.
Strange, though, I can’t find any MSM comments scolding Hillary because “we don’t laugh at someone’s death.”
Via CBS News.
Little known fact, Hilary once graduated from a small community college,
Cackle U. with high honors in pitch.
Trump came. Trump saw. You Lost.