Death of a Killer & Political Correctness
President Donald J. Trump recently confirmed that the ruthless leader of the Islamic State, the head of the Caliphate snake, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was killed overnight in an operation led by our great US forces in Syria. The President released details about the two-hour raid on the compound in northern Syria, during which our US forces chased the ISIS leader into a tunnel where he detonated a suicide vest.
“Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead,” he said. “He died like a dog; he died like a coward, he was whimpering, screaming, and crying.”
It did not take long after the announcement by the President before the “Extreme Left” attempted to reduce such a significant American victory to an opportunity to spew hate towards our President. The usual suspects as the Washington Post immediately tried to dismiss the words of the president, objecting to calling the ruthless murderer al-Baghdadi a “coward” for running into a tunnel taking three of his children and blowing himself up, killing all three of his own children, instead of facing justice. The WP author, facing criticism, later removed the line. Another 11 children were rescued from the compound, according to the President. In the same fashion, the Hollywood Left Elites, as Jamie Lee Curtis, immediately resorted to anti-trump tweets with the audacity of defending the ruthless killer and objecting to Trump’s statements by stating that the ISIS leader “suffered.” Curtis eventually removed her tweet after an overwhelming public backlash.
Who was al-Baghdadi?
“The United States has been searching for al-Baghdadi for many years. Capturing or killing Baghdadi has been the top national security priority of my administration,” the President said. Al-Baghdadi is none other than the founder of ISIS/ISIL, the establishment of a murderous Caliphate, and directly responsible for the greatest human atrocities of our days. This was a bloodthirsty, vicious man referred to by other Muslims in the region as an aberration of their faith and the cause of most terror in the region.
Farhan Haq, a spokesperson for United Nations, acknowledged the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a statement, saying the terrorist group “committed heinous crimes and brought tragedy and death to thousands of men, women, and children.”
What the Left Forgot:
The take-down military operation was named after Kayla Mueller, an American humanitarian worker abused and killed by al-Baghdadi.
The greatest atrocities publicized by Islamic extremists have an origin with this individual. It was ISIS, led by al-Baghdadi, that filmed a group of Egyptian Christians they took captive and mercilessly beheaded them on a Libyan beach. The blood of these righteous men still cries from the earth awaiting for this day.
It was also al-Baghdadi, who did not care for the citizens of his town in Iraq, who in 2015 burned 45 people to death, and left bodies of the dead hanging for days as an act of cowardice and evil.
It was al-Baghdadi at his Caliphate who placed in a cage and burned alive Jordanian pilot, Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh, making this barbaric event a public spectacle of evil and revenge.
Our President was, in fact, presidential by calling Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a coward who died like a dog. Al-Baghdadi was nothing but a butcher, an evil man, who had no sense of human decency and regard for the lives of countless men, women, and children. This was a barbarian who enjoyed a twisted form of execution. We wish to reiterate that these acts were beyond the actions of an animal and his death beyond cowardice.
The Republican National Hispanic Assembly wants to thank our President and our US military men, women, and K-9 units who at high risk placed their lives in danger, to deliver justice for all those who cried from their tombs for righteous vindication.
God bless America!