Do you remember the incident where President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were taking victory laps over the death of Libyan strongman Muammar Qaddafi? It seems that the mainstream media is again suffering from selective memory loss. Obama and Clinton were directly involved in taking out the leader of Libya. That went against all previous U.S. policies against taking out a national leader. Do you remember who in Congress they notified in advance of this orchestrated move against Qaddafi? You don’t because they didn’t.
So what is all the hubbub about President Donald Trump and the taking out of Iranian terrorist leader General Soleimani? Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley sent out a tweet about the threat that Soleimani was to Americans and the faulty memory rebuttals got underway. Go figure.
BREITBART’S JOHN NOLTE WRITES:
To troll President Trump, the fake news media are now lying about the Obama administration’s direct role in the death of Libyan strongman Muammar Qaddafi.
It all started Friday afternoon when deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley accurately tweeted, “Soleimani was, in fact, planning ‘imminent attacks.’ While Democrats and the media quibble over its definition, quick point: When Obama killed … Qaddafi without Congressional approval, there were NO ‘imminent attacks’ and Democrats did not ask or care”:
Soleimani was, in fact, planning “imminent attacks.” While Democrats and the media quibble over its definition, quick point: When Obama killed bin Laden, al-Awlaki and Gaddafi, without Congressional approval, there were NO “imminent attacks” and Democrats did not ask or care.take our poll - story continues below
— Hogan Gidley (@hogangidley45) January 10, 2020
In other words, the hypocrisy coming from the media and Democrats is staggering.
We all see what’s happening here…
In a blatant effort to undermine President Trump’s effective handling of Iran’s escalating aggression, the fake media and Democrats are not only openly siding with the terrorist state of Iran; they’re openly mourning the death of a monster and trying to claim this was, at worst, some sort of illegal assassination and, at best, extra-constitutional (MORE)