The media will never admit that President Obama's policies were intentionally dangerous

There is a lot of hand-wringing over President Trump's decision to take out the murderous tyrant, General Soleimani, from Iran.  They say it will make the world more dangerous.  They say that both Presidents Bush and President Obama chose not to kill him when they had a chance and chose not to because they thought it would escalate violence as a reason why Trump was wrong to kill the brutal terrorist.

How many additional people, including hundreds of Americans, were killed or maimed because Bush and Obama made the decision to allow the tyrant to live?  Could it be that the fact that Bush and Obama let the brutal murderer roam free only empowered Iran and other terrorists and made the world more dangerous, not less?

How many people have died from terrorism or drug overdoses because Obama chose to appease Iran instead of letting law enforcement do its job by shutting down a drug operation by Hezb'allah?  Were America and the world safer because we let terrorists run drugs with no ramifications to appease Iran, or were the terrorists and Iran empowered?

When Obama refused to honor our commitment to provide missile shields in the Czech Republic and Poland to appease Putin, did that make the area safer, or did it empower Putin?

When the Obama administration approved the sale of U.S. uranium resources to Russia, did that make the world safer, or did it empower Putin?  Did it also give North Korea and Iran another source to buy uranium?  Can anyone defend the policy to sell uranium to Putin?

How many people were killed or became refuges because President Obama wouldn't enforce his red line in Syria?  How many additional people have been killed in Syria because Obama and Kerry trusted Putin to monitor Assad and his chemical weapons?  Did the policy decision make Syria safer or did it empower Putin and Assad?

How many additional people were killed because Obama withdrew all the troops in Iraq and allowed ISIS to expand?  Did that make the Mideast and America safer, or did it empower Iran and the terrorists?

How many people died in Ukraine because Obama and Biden chose to appease Russia and Putin instead of giving Ukraine weapons?  Did that make the area safer, or did it empower Putin?

How many people have been maimed or killed because Obama and Europe chose to appease Iran and shower them with money instead of letting their economy collapse?  Is it ever smart policy for the U.S. to reward a country that spreads terrorism throughout the world and has pledged death to America and death to Israel for decades?  Is there any evidence that Soleimani reduced terrorism attacks after the Iran deal or because Obama and Bush allowed him to roam free?  If good results don't come from a policy, doesn't that indicate a bad policy?  Didn't the additional money that Iran got also help out North Korea, Russia, and other allies of Iran by allowing Iran to purchase weapons and parts from them?

President Obama also pleased Russia, Iran, and other oil-producers by blocking projects in the U.S. The more dependence the U.S. had on other countries, the more dangerous it was for us.

There is a new set of talking points that are being repeated endlessly by former bureaucrats, journalists, and other Democrats on the supposed news channels.  (On almost all subjects, we get talking puppets instead of independent thinking.)  The propaganda is being showered on the public that the Trump administration did not consider the consequences of killing the brutal terrorist and that these people somehow have no idea what Trump's strategy is in the Mideast.

The Trump administration clearly knows what the Iran threats would be, and it is only propagandists or abjectly ignorant people, or congenital liars, who have no idea what Trump's strategy is.  How many times has Trump said the strategy is maximum pressure to cause Iran either to collapse or to start to behave like human beings?  It is the same strategy that Reagan used to take down the Soviet Union.  Reagan was treated by the media and other Democrats the same as Trump.  He was called a dunce and a cowboy who would cause a new World War.  Instead, he took out the Soviet Union with brains, not bullets.  President Trump clearly learned from history.  His detractors, sadly, have not.

How many people are killed, raped, robbed, and assaulted by people whom sanctuary cities refuse to turn over to federal authorities?  When politicians refuse to follow their oath to enforce laws, does that make us safer, or is America more dangerous?  Throughout history, has it ever been safer to let criminals and other people who wreak havoc like terrorists run free, or is it safer to keep them away from the people?

How many people died because countries throughout Europe and the World appeased Hitler instead of taking him out? Were the Germans safer or unprotected when the government took their guns?

How many people are massacred in gun-free zones? Where, in history has it made the people safer when only the government had the guns. Haven't many tyrants used their power to kill millions of unprotected people?

Here is a question for journalists: How many women and young girls were physically and mentally abused by powerful men because the media was so interested in protecting and electing the Clintons that they looked the other way on Epstein, Weinstein and the Clintons? The "Me Too" movement would have started decades ago if journalists, Hollywood and other Democrats had truly cared.

Photo credit: Pete Souza, official White House photo (cropped).

There is a lot of hand-wringing over President Trump's decision to take out the murderous tyrant, General Soleimani, from Iran.  They say it will make the world more dangerous.  They say that both Presidents Bush and President Obama chose not to kill him when they had a chance and chose not to because they thought it would escalate violence as a reason why Trump was wrong to kill the brutal terrorist.

How many additional people, including hundreds of Americans, were killed or maimed because Bush and Obama made the decision to allow the tyrant to live?  Could it be that the fact that Bush and Obama let the brutal murderer roam free only empowered Iran and other terrorists and made the world more dangerous, not less?

How many people have died from terrorism or drug overdoses because Obama chose to appease Iran instead of letting law enforcement do its job by shutting down a drug operation by Hezb'allah?  Were America and the world safer because we let terrorists run drugs with no ramifications to appease Iran, or were the terrorists and Iran empowered?

When Obama refused to honor our commitment to provide missile shields in the Czech Republic and Poland to appease Putin, did that make the area safer, or did it empower Putin?

When the Obama administration approved the sale of U.S. uranium resources to Russia, did that make the world safer, or did it empower Putin?  Did it also give North Korea and Iran another source to buy uranium?  Can anyone defend the policy to sell uranium to Putin?

How many people were killed or became refuges because President Obama wouldn't enforce his red line in Syria?  How many additional people have been killed in Syria because Obama and Kerry trusted Putin to monitor Assad and his chemical weapons?  Did the policy decision make Syria safer or did it empower Putin and Assad?

How many additional people were killed because Obama withdrew all the troops in Iraq and allowed ISIS to expand?  Did that make the Mideast and America safer, or did it empower Iran and the terrorists?

How many people died in Ukraine because Obama and Biden chose to appease Russia and Putin instead of giving Ukraine weapons?  Did that make the area safer, or did it empower Putin?

How many people have been maimed or killed because Obama and Europe chose to appease Iran and shower them with money instead of letting their economy collapse?  Is it ever smart policy for the U.S. to reward a country that spreads terrorism throughout the world and has pledged death to America and death to Israel for decades?  Is there any evidence that Soleimani reduced terrorism attacks after the Iran deal or because Obama and Bush allowed him to roam free?  If good results don't come from a policy, doesn't that indicate a bad policy?  Didn't the additional money that Iran got also help out North Korea, Russia, and other allies of Iran by allowing Iran to purchase weapons and parts from them?

President Obama also pleased Russia, Iran, and other oil-producers by blocking projects in the U.S. The more dependence the U.S. had on other countries, the more dangerous it was for us.

There is a new set of talking points that are being repeated endlessly by former bureaucrats, journalists, and other Democrats on the supposed news channels.  (On almost all subjects, we get talking puppets instead of independent thinking.)  The propaganda is being showered on the public that the Trump administration did not consider the consequences of killing the brutal terrorist and that these people somehow have no idea what Trump's strategy is in the Mideast.

The Trump administration clearly knows what the Iran threats would be, and it is only propagandists or abjectly ignorant people, or congenital liars, who have no idea what Trump's strategy is.  How many times has Trump said the strategy is maximum pressure to cause Iran either to collapse or to start to behave like human beings?  It is the same strategy that Reagan used to take down the Soviet Union.  Reagan was treated by the media and other Democrats the same as Trump.  He was called a dunce and a cowboy who would cause a new World War.  Instead, he took out the Soviet Union with brains, not bullets.  President Trump clearly learned from history.  His detractors, sadly, have not.

How many people are killed, raped, robbed, and assaulted by people whom sanctuary cities refuse to turn over to federal authorities?  When politicians refuse to follow their oath to enforce laws, does that make us safer, or is America more dangerous?  Throughout history, has it ever been safer to let criminals and other people who wreak havoc like terrorists run free, or is it safer to keep them away from the people?

How many people died because countries throughout Europe and the World appeased Hitler instead of taking him out? Were the Germans safer or unprotected when the government took their guns?

How many people are massacred in gun-free zones? Where, in history has it made the people safer when only the government had the guns. Haven't many tyrants used their power to kill millions of unprotected people?

Here is a question for journalists: How many women and young girls were physically and mentally abused by powerful men because the media was so interested in protecting and electing the Clintons that they looked the other way on Epstein, Weinstein and the Clintons? The "Me Too" movement would have started decades ago if journalists, Hollywood and other Democrats had truly cared.

Photo credit: Pete Souza, official White House photo (cropped).