6 Problems With Media’s Hysterical Reaction To Trump’s ISIS Comments

Back in February, candidates for the Republican nomination for president debated each other in South Carolina. The Saturday evening discussion was raucous. Donald Trump did something downright shocking for a debate a few days before an important Republican primary. He went after the country’s last Republican president, George W. Bush. Hard. He went after the Republican Party’s general foreign policy approach. Hard.

  • People are utterly terrified of a Trump presidency especially as it becomes more likely, hence the ludicrous attacks.

    Why they don’t fear the criminal Hillary I just don’t know.

    • mauser 98

      GOP is afraid of him winning, not losing

      • As I see it, there are two bad choices but one is the worst choice one could make.

  • mauser 98

    Multiple FBI investigations are underway involving potential corruption charges against the Clinton Foundation,

    • I do hope that is true.

    • Alain

      I seem to recall reading elsewhere that the DOJ put an end to it.

      • mauser 98

        yes..apparently this is Manhattan FBI …??? … whatever that means

        • Slickfoot

          The FBI is rendering assistance to a Manhattan District Attorney I believe.

        • Norman_In_New_York

          The U.S. attorney for the Manhattan district has jailed numerous crooked politicians, most recently Sheldon Silver, the speaker of the New York assembly. He has also nailed some Wall Street crooks as well. He approaches Hillary (so far) without fear or favor.

          • mauser 98

            does DoJ Lynch still not get final word on this like previous?

  • Oracle9

    Hysterical was my observation of the media’s reaction, but more disturbing to me is the general public’s lock-step refusal to see the truth in Obama’s dereliction of duty in creating the power vacuum which really did spawn ISIS.

    • Exactly so.

    • canminuteman

      Didn’t the Americans try to overthrow the Assad regime by arming and training a rebel army to do the job for them? And isn’t the main element of that rebel army ISIS?

      • Oracle9

        You’re right. The American policy has been 100% consistently wrong, from dropping Iraq, to Egypt to Libya to Syria to enabling Iran. Such consistency cannot be the result of mere incompetence, but conscious malfeasance.

      • Alain

        Yes, the same as they did with what turned into the Taliban in order to sabotage the Soviet military fighting against the ones the Americans aided and armed.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          I was a kid when the Soviets invaded Afghanistan.
          I didn’t understand it then.
          All I knew was that America had a policy of opposing any territorial acquisitions of the Soviets.
          I don’t remember the name of the doctrine.
          Knowing what I know now I can justify it in the name of the Korean War but not in opposing the invasion of Afghanistan.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      There is a picture online somewhere that shows McCain visiting the so-called rebels.
      Baghdadi is there.

  • mauser 98

    if true?

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    Democrats PORN SITE information. This includes their kiddy porn and Gay
    sites many frequent while in the House of Representatives, not just in
    their offices.”

  • mauser 98
  • lolwut?