More evidence that the characterization of the FSA or â€œSyrian Rebelsâ€ as moderates is wrong-headed starts off this segment fromÂ Megyn Kelly. Itâ€™s further confirmationÂ that the people who are running this country and our foreign policy donâ€™t really know who our allies are or should be, the kind of reinforcement they provideÂ on a daily basis.
Ed Henry point out to Josh Earnest that what they are labeling a strategy is little more than a catchy slogan. EarnestÂ says the White House has a comprehensive strategy, which looks a lot more like a delaying tactic, to do nothing while the White HouseÂ allows ISIS to gain in strength.
Thatâ€™s not beyond the realm of possibility. If Hussein Obama were trying to buy ISIS as much time as possible to grow into an insurmountable force, heâ€™d be doing pretty much exactly what he is doing now. Heâ€™d be ignoring the problem, waiting for partners rather than leading, diverting attention and engaging in activities outside of the White House. Those activities might also include the â€œbusy workâ€ of fundraising, which is another bombshell that Henry drops, rather than taking action.
Henryâ€™s bombshell is that Obama, in his first week â€œback on the job,â€ will be leaving Washington Friday to attend a Democrat fundraiser in Rhode Island.
This demonstration of where Obamaâ€™s priorities are strikes a nerve with Kelly. She talks about the White House and the Middle East situation with Marc Thiessen, who labels the fundraising absurd and the drivel out of Josh Earnest a complete fabrication.
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