No matter what Obama says, you can’t keep the US Military from wanting to keep its citizens safe.
That’s why, earlier this week, the US took Trump’s advice and bombed the ever-hating **** out of the ISIS dogs that were behind the Paris attacks earlier this year.
It goes to show you that evil will not triumph in the face of good, no matter how bleak it may seem.
According to Fox News,
Coalition airstrikes have killed 10 Islamic State leaders in the past month, including Charaffe al Mouadan, a Syrian-based leader directly linked to Paris attack cell leader Abdelhamid Abaaoud, along with others connected to the Paris terror attacks.
“We killed [Mouadan] on December 24th in Syria,” said Col. Steve Warren, a spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve, adding that Mouadan was “actively planning additional attacks against the West.”
Warren would not elaborate on whether Mouadan was specifically plotting attacks against the United States, though he said ISIS terrorists generally have “eventual designs” on attacking America.
“We will continue to hunt ISIL leaders who are working to recruit, plan and inspire attacks against the United States of America and our allies,” he said.
The Defense Department is touting the airstrike gains after Iraqi forces routed ISIS militants from the western city of Ramadi and recaptured a key government complex. Warren released a drone video showing Iraqi forces raising the flag over the government center.
— OIR Spokesperson (@OIRSpox) December 29, 2015
With ISIS agents still left, there is a fight to be had, although it’s much smaller in scale.
Scattered fighting and resistance could still flare in the days and weeks to come, as teams clear bombs from the streets and buildings. Iraqi military officials said Islamic State fighters are still holed up in various pockets of the city.
Warren said forces could encounter “guerilla insurgency” operations but stressed that “there aren’t many left” to conduct those operations.