President Obama has been supplying ISIS and now his efforts are becoming harder to conceal.
That is why he recently missed his deadline to provide Congress with a strategy to take on ISIS.
From The Hill:
“Unsurprisingly the administration cannot articulate a strategy for countering violent extremists in the Middle East,” Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) said in a written statement Tuesday. “Time and again, the president has told us his strategy to defeat extremist groups like ISIS and al Qaeda is well underway; yet, months after the legal requirement was established, his administration cannot deliver that strategy to Congress.”
The 2016 National Defense Authorization Act required President Obama to submit to Congress a strategy to fight violent extremism in the Middle East. The deadline set by the act was Monday.
Some D.C. officials believe the President is reluctant to engage becasue it would highlight the upgraded armaments of ISIS. The President does not want to explain where ISIS’ 2000+ AM General Humvees came from.
President Obama does want to be known as ISIS premiere weapons dealer, he just wants to get away with it while hiding his intentions from the public.
With each passing day, videos are released displaying the savagery of ISIS.
When ISIS captures Syrian citizens, they let it be known the only loyalty allowed is unwavering loyalty to the black flag of Jihad.
In the video below, there are some young looking victims and vigor displayed by ISIS jihadists in the mass executions makes one wonder why President Obama could ever let improved armor and weapons fall into the hands of our enemies.
Fighters from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria have killed more than 100 Syrian soldiers they captured after seizing an airbase in the northeastern part of the country, according to activists who track casualties in the Syrian conflict and an ISIS fighter who was reached through the Internet.
The mass killing marked a dark end to the battle for control of the Tabqa air base in Raqqa Province. The insurgents seized the base on Sunday after the deadliest fighting so far between ISIS and the government forces.
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