How many times have we heard Sarah Palin ask, “Do you love your freedom”? “If you love your freedom, thank a vet!”
Remember when she praised Trump because he would “kick ISIS’s ass”.
The Pentagon spokesman revealed that “the casualties in Yemen are being assessed,” adding that AQAP female fighters “ran to pre-established positions as if they’d trained to be ready and trained to be combatants and engage with us. So, some of the enemy killed in combat are in fact female.”
President Trump authorized the operation, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) learned from an anonymous defense official.
Trump bungled this first operation as Commander-in-Chief. Trump ordered the raid without “sufficient intelligence, ground support or adequate backup preparations,” according to a Reuters report. When things didn’t go as planned, Trump blamed President Obama, even though he was no longer the Commander-in-Chief. In fact, it has now been confirmed that “The specific operation in question was never presented to or considered by the Obama Admin for approval.” So Trump lies about military operations as easily as he does the size of his inaugural crowd.
The most amazing thing is that Sarah Palin failed to mention this fallen soldier or her concern for him. I guess she “thanks a vet” if its good for Trump. She failed to respect the family of the Muslim soldier killed in the line of duty protecting his fellow soldiers.
Now Sarah has failed to thank the family of slain Navy Seals soldier,William “Ryan” Owens. She has been conspicuously silent about honoring this fallen soldier.
Donald Trump bungled his first operation as Commander-in-Chief. Trump ordered the raid without “sufficient intelligence, ground support or adequate backup preparations,” according to a Reuters report. For this, the Trump administration blamed Obama. Again.
“John McCain has it exactly right. The success of the mission doesn’t dictate whether or not Ryan Owens is a hero. You can absolutely critique the operation while still realizing that the men who were injured or killed in battle deserve our respect. It doesn’t have to be one or the other, and making it seem that way is foolish and petty. It’s almost like there is nuance involved in matters of national security and war. We don’t always have to be dogmatic about our dogma. The mission didnt go as planned. That’s clear. Ryan Owens is a hero. That’s clear. Saying both of those things are true is ok and doesnt make you a libtard or right wing nut job. It makes you rational.“