After receiving loads of criticism for insinuating that President Barack Obama may have ties to ISIS, new evidence shows that Donald Trump was right all along.
In 2012, Hillary Clinton — as well as the State Dept. and other agency officials — received a classified intelligence information report which clearly warns of the rise of ISIS. The document states that an “Islamic State” could be created in accordance with terrorist groups from Syria and Iraq.
THIS CREATES THE IDEAL ATMOSPHERE FOR AQI TO RETURN TO ITS OLD POCKETS IN MOSUL AND RAMADI, AND WILL PROVIDE A RENEWED MOMENTUM UNDER THE PRESUMPTION OF UNIFYING THE JIHAD AMONG SUNNI IRAQ AND SYRIA, AND THE REST OF THE SUNNIS IN THE ARAB WORLD AGAINST WHAT IT CONSIDERS ONE ENEMY, THE DISSENTERS. ISI COULD ALSO DECLARE AN ISLAMIC STATE THROUGH ITS UNION WITH OTHER TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS IN IRAQ AND SYRIA, WHICH WILL CREATE GRAVE DANGER IN REGARDS TO UNIFYING IRAQ AND THE PROTECTION OF ITS TERRITORY.
Considering that virtually everything reported came true, one has to wonder why the Obama administration did nothing to prevent ISIS from gaining so much power. What are they gaining by having this maniacal, radical terrorist organization committing horrific acts of violence all over the world? Why wouldn’t preventing this from occurring be a top priority?
The report goes on to explain that Al Qaeda in Iraq (abbreviated to “AQI” in the text) was receiving support from the West. During that time, Al Qaeda was speaking through Muhammad Al Adnani, who now happens to be the spokesperson for ISIS.
None of this should come as much of a surprise, and yet there are no words to describe how disheartening it is to know that our commander-in-chief has done virtually nothing to prevent these terrorist attacks from happening. The Obama administration knew what was coming — they received the warning — and they let it happen anyway.
Once again, attempts at being politically correct have proven to stand in direct conflict with the truth. If we want things to change — if we want our politicians to be honest — we must put aside our fear of sounding politically incorrect and begin asking the hard questions and demanding the safety of American citizens.
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