For six years, Obama has been disrespecting the men and women of our military in a variety of despicable ways. Now, the US Special Ops have had enough, and they’ve made their feelings for the president known with a new bombshell announcement.
Obama has made it clear that he will refuse to do anything in his last two years as president that could put his precious legacy at risk. This means he will not engage ISIS militarily, because it would ruin his image as the man who ended American military entanglement in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Nevermind the fact that ISIS may kill us all before the next two years are up: Obama doesn’t give a hoot about that! All he cares about is what the history books will say about him.
Fed up with this, U.S. special operations commanders recently met in Tampa, Florida to discuss a course of action, and they came up with a plan. According to Conservative Tribune, these commanders have just announced that they are currently building forces for a fight against ISIS that may last for decades.
“We’re patient,” commented Lt. Gen. Bradley Heithold, head of Air Force Special Operations Command.
“We’re going to have to start thinking of root causes,” added Lt. Gen. Charles Cleveland, head of U.S. Army Special Operations Command. “We have to try to set the conditions so that an eight-year old today doesn’t become the jihadi in ten years.”
Special ops and troops alike are eager to fight ISIS right now, instead of continuing to attack them indirectly from behind enemy lines by advising the Kurds, Iraqis, Peshmergas, and rebel Syrians.
“We are doing everything through cellphones,” complained one anonymous special operator.
Many officers have lamented that Mosul and Ramadi would have fallen if the American military had been on the frontlines instead of just advising the Iraqis.
“(The Iraqis) know as long as there are Americans with them … there is intelligence. They don’t have faith in their own chain of command … so rather than being captured and slaughtered by ISIS, they’ll break and run,” explained a former special operations official.
Special Operations leaders have effectively put Obama on notice, and let him know that his failure to take on ISIS is unacceptable. It remains to be seen how the president will react.