There are none perhaps more hypocritical than politicians, and when circumstance arise, they usually jump on the hate train even if they’ve done similar in the past. After obliterating former Vice President Dick Cheney last week Megyn Kelly took to yet another Iraq war advocate who decided he’d try his hand at pointing the finger.
Although it seems that Bush was recently vindicated after reports surfaced of the ISIS terrorists obtaining the non-existent stash of Saddam Hussein’s WMD’s, this seems to be irrelevant given the current situation. As many argue that we have no right being there now and want to blame Obama for the crisis, it seems that their desire to see the current president go down for this is far greater than their own common sense.
As the people who were originally responsible for the initial invasion into Iraq now claim that Obama has no right to insert Americans back into the country, it seems that they’ve experienced some memory loss. There to remind them though was Megyn Kelly who wasn’t afraid to mince words for either side of the aisle.
Irking the Fox host, former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton said that Obama should be leaving well enough. He then went on to say that the prior circumstance doesn’t matter, and that Obama needs to look at the situation objectively and unbiased.
Kelly however wasn’t having it and butted in saying “I know, you keep saying that, but it actually is relevant to a lot of people out there who are wondering, ‘How did we get here?’ Is it not relevant to ask, ‘How did we get here?’”
She later went on to note, “You know that a lot of people are out there tonight saying, ‘Well, weren’t you one of the people who was in favor of going into Iraq in the first place and is that why you don’t want to discuss the past ten years and whether they were worth it?’”
Take a peek at the video and let us know what you think – is Kelly right here?