It’s Gone Just as Expected with the Left

2020 January 4
by bc3b

President Trump  has been under constant attack by Democrats and the left-wing media since the US military took out Qasem Soleimani and his buddies.

Let’s take a look at the media:

  • CNN described the airstrike on Soleimani as “Murder”.
  • On Soleimani, NBC’s Engel Gives Joy Reid the ‘Wrong’ Answers!

Forget all the bad things Qasem Soleimani did and all the people he tortured and murdered. Since Donald Trump ordered his death, maybe he wasn’t such a bad guy after all … at least in the eyes of the left.

Cheer up! It’s Sunday!!!  At least it is in Detroit.

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29 Responses leave one →
  1. 2020 January 4 10:10 pm
    bc3b permalink

    I will go with the third girl from the right and my money is the third girl on the left for KH. Am I right?

  2. 2020 January 5 4:39 am

    Third in from the left for me this week. 🙂

    edit: bc3d no bs I posted that even b4 reading your post, spot on prediction.

  3. 2020 January 5 4:54 am

    BTW my favorite tell-tale tweet in last couple days was from that CNN anchor this week who wrote: “Right decision, wrong president.”

    Told you everything you needed to know about the situation and the state of media and tds.

  4. 2020 January 5 4:59 am

    Heck of spokesperson you hired there Nike, would Nike management care to comment?

  5. 2020 January 5 5:24 am
    drdog09 permalink

    “…would Nike management care to comment?”

    Probably not, they are too busy covering their ass in money while profiting off slave labor in China.

  6. 2020 January 5 5:26 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Oh and shucks. No redheads so I just buy them all a round of drinks after the game and wish them a good night.

  7. 2020 January 5 7:11 am

    Iraqi parliament now voting on the resolution to ask us to leave, some factions are boycotting participating in the vote but a quorum has finally been met to proceed.

    I really hope it passes, it’ll complete the Iranian take over of the mess that is iraq, and gives U.S. a great way to transition out (well out of iraq anyway..lets not kid ourselves shit will just be relocated to jordan and syria probably, sigh) and being out gives a more free hand to strike at targets in the country if needed.

    The US media will of course spin this as some great loss\slap in face for Trump, being clueless about the fact it’s actually a win for him (loss for neocons) and most his supporters. I was thinking yesterday potus is probably secretly praying to god for them to vote us out.

  8. 2020 January 5 7:22 am
    bc3b permalink

    KH #7 –

    We would have been ar better off had we left Saddam in place. With all the intermarriage of close relatives, most Muslims don’t have the mental capacity for self-government. Not a politically correct thing to say, but when have I ever been politically correct?

  9. 2020 January 5 7:25 am
    justrand permalink

    bc3b, I was glad we removed Saddam, but VERY displeased that Bush decided to “nation build”. We should have left immediately after with a warning: “Don’t make us come back!”

  10. 2020 January 5 7:46 am

    8 – Who knows how it would have played out, I’m more of the JR opinion that it was the sticking around part for any significant amount of time re-engineering things that was the bigger mistake. I would share your opinion though if we were talking about the quack in Libya, or Assad, both those seemed far more obvious on it’s face to going badly by removing the devil you knew and could deal with.

    BTW notice like next to zero US media outlets reporting on Turkey’s (and very publically so now) sending their islamic radical ‘rebels’ that have no where left to run in north\north east Syria now into Libya. Sure that’s gonna turn out just lovely, as if the place wasn’t already in enough chaos.

  11. 2020 January 5 8:17 am
    bc3b permalink

    JR #9 –

    Saddam was a murderer and a butcher, but but a non-denominational one. Iraqis have demonstrated they are incapable of governing themselves. The same is true of Assad.

    The same can be said for most African countries: where they better off during colonialism or today? Unfortunately, a lot of people aren’t able to govern themselves.

    Getting back to my statement on Islam’s negative impact on intelligence: Persia was once the fountain of knowledge and learning; then it became Muslim.

    Countries ranked by IQ. Look how far you have to go to find Muslim countries:

    200 generations of marrying first cousins doesn’t make for high IQs.

  12. 2020 January 5 8:35 am

    Update: Looks like we’ll have about a year to get out once the formalities and ink is dry in coming days, assuming the proceed, apparently what was just voted on isn’t binding yet on the PM (of course that little fact isn’t being noted by 90% of outlets).

  13. 2020 January 5 8:41 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Doubtless it looks bad for US to be kicked out of Iraq.
    Will any Trump supporter give a care?
    This one doesn’t. Their loss.

  14. 2020 January 5 11:36 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    More details from a commenter at the JustOneMinute blog.
    Alavi explains some further details on that vote. Here are a few:
    Non-binding vote. Now up to government to decide.
    Kurdistan Region Parliament can reject abiding by the decision. Iraq gov decision could take months.
    Iraqi Parliament votes bill equivalent of a non-binding Congressional resolution recommending the Iraq gov to remove foreign forces.
    The Iraq Parliament session was nothing but a show by pro-Iran MPs, as described by @MPSarkawtShams.
    — Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) January 5, 2020
    link goes to a screen cap from a pro-US member of Parliament.

  15. 2020 January 5 3:57 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Best guess — partition. The Kurds have never been team players as far as the rest of the country since Saddam treated them like expendable people. Expect squabbles about oil rights since a bunch of it is in Kurd territory. Seems ironic since that was suggested as far back as Bush II.

  16. 2020 January 5 4:06 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  17. 2020 January 5 4:39 pm

    3 US dead in Kenya – al shabab taking credit, and no they’re not Iranian connected,at least up till now (they’re wahhabist not shite), just taking advantage of timing me thinks or ‘doing their part for the greater cause’.

  18. 2020 January 5 5:35 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    It appears that none of the Kurd MPs in Iraq showed up to vote.

  19. 2020 January 5 6:00 pm
    justrand permalink

    Iran has placed an $80 million bounty on Trump. Trump should see their $80 million, and raise it to $100 million on THEIR president! I love poker!

  20. 2020 January 5 6:20 pm
    Eph permalink

    19. Rand

    These RINO Iran posts have been absolutely boring.

    But your post is 100% awesome

    Thank you !

    King Eyore

  21. 2020 January 5 6:39 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Jason Garrett, Dallas coach, fired.

  22. 2020 January 5 6:59 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    18, I read Kurdish MPs and anti-Iran MPs boycotted but the pro-Iran legislators were eventually able to form a quorum.

  23. 2020 January 5 7:01 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    So far, I’m reading about 2A Sanctuary movements in VA, MI and KY.

  24. 2020 January 5 7:03 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

  25. 2020 January 5 7:06 pm
    justrand permalink

  26. 2020 January 5 7:08 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

  27. 2020 January 5 7:30 pm
    justrand permalink

    The events in Virginia plus the (slim) chance the Dems may regain the White House means only one thing: I need to buy more ammo!

  28. 2020 January 5 8:35 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Endless quips about the CNN report on Trump “dining” on ice cream.
    I tell you one thing, if they follow one suggestion and offer Trump Ice Cream bowls at the MAGA site…I’m cracking open my wallet and buying one!

    What was Soleimani doing?
    Whibebreab‏ @Skigwy Jan 3
    Replying to @CarpeDonktum
    he was at the airport so I assume, watching CNN

  29. 2020 January 5 9:05 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Folks, I know we boycott the Globes, but a comedian’s opening monologue scorched the place —

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