Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer believes it's time to unleash hell on ISIS.

"I’ve been saying this is going to happen for a long time," said Meyer, in reference to the terrorist bombing in Manchester, England. "When is it coming here? I think the only way you get this point across is when you release the gates of hell on them and we start making war so ugly that it’s not cool to join ISIS anymore.

"At least we have a president that’s in place that’s not going to allow us to be the victims. You can guarantee he’s going to do whatever it’s going to take, no matter if it’s the most popular thing in the court of public opinion. He’s going to do what’s right to protect America. That’s a good thing we have on our side right now. [President Obama] was too busy worrying about what everybody thought of him instead of doing what was right.


Meyer is a very brave man and a true patriot. The former Marine corporal was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle of Ganjgal on Sept. 8, 2009 in Afghanistan's Kunar Province.

It's America's leaders whose convictions and strategic capabilities that are in doubt. America and her allies have been fighting a global war on terror going on 15 years, without a clear road to victory or exit strategy. A major consequence of the war has been a massive influx of refugees -- and Islamic extremists -- into the European Union and U.S.

For all his faults, former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden's tendency to put his foot in his mouth usually occurs when he's telling the truth.

In October 2014, congressional hawks unleashed verbal hell on Biden over his frank comments about U.S. military involvement in the Middle East:

"Our biggest problem was our allies," Biden told students at the Harvard Kennedy School. "The Turks … the Saudis, the Emirates, etc, what were they doing? They were so determined to take down [Syrian President Bashar al] Assad and essentially have a proxy Sunni-Shia war, what did they do? They poured hundreds of millions of dollars and tens, thousands of tonnes of weapons into anyone who would fight against Assad."

"Anyone" became what is today known as ISIS, whose brutal rampage across Syria has resulted in the deaths of tens of thousands of civilian men, women, and children, both Christian and Muslim.

President Trump has demonstrated his willingness to bomb Syrian government military assets (who are we really fighting?) He has yet to present a coherent plan for dealing a death blow to ISIS -- before the war to keep them over there, finds its way over here.

Please share your comments below if you think military escalation is the best way to deal with ISIS.

Source: Louder With Crowder


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