jueves, septiembre 22, 2016

Videos. La administración de Barack Obama lanza discursos mientras los terroristas lanzan bombas.. ISIS o Daesh lanza ataca químico contra base aérea de EE.UU. en Iraq

Published on Sep 21, 2016
Video Transcript:

BARBARA STARR: The most important thing, no U.S. troops hurt in this but some did go through decontamination as a precaution. It happened on Tuesday, but now as we speak, this chemical shell is being tested by the U.S. Military to see exactly what was in it. The shell landed on an air base in northern Iraq where U.S. and Iraqi troops are operating, getting ready to try and fight to take Mosul back from ISIS. The shell landed, U.S. Troops went out to look at the shell. They saw something suspicious. They tested it and the test came back positive for mustard agent. They are testing it further. Why do they believe it’s ISIS? ISIS is up in that area and they’re desperate to hold on to Mosul. They wanted to prove to the world that they have in their view, a caliphate, an Islamic state. ISIS has used this type of mustard agent before against civilians. A lot of concern about what is happening here. U.S. troops do have and have had protective gear against this type of attack. And again, the most important thing Jake, no U.S. troops exhibiting signs of exposure to the agent. Even as the U.S. tries to figure out exactly what did transpire here

CNN: ISIS Chemical Attack On U.S. Air Base In Iraq

Published on Sep 21, 2016

Josh Earnest on MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe Show’ Monday 9/19/16:
“In some ways this is actually just a war of narratives. And so we want to make sure that we’re getting out our counter-narrative against ISIL. And we’re having some progress.”

Josh Earnest on CNN’s ‘New Day’ Monday 9/19/16:
“We are, when it comes to ISIL, we are in a fight, a narrative fight with them. A narrative battle.”

New York Post columnist Michael Goodwin remarked that White House spokesman Josh Earnest’s comments ‘mis-characterize the issue.’

Michael Goodwin:
“I think what Josh Earnest said there is really one of the dumbest things I’ve ever heard in public life.”

Brian Kilmeade:
“He said it over and over again.”

Michael Goodwin:
“Yeah, so he truly believes it, wants to put that out there that it’s a narrative war. A narrative battle with Islamic State. Look, I think that totally mis-characterizes the issue. I think it is clearly a real war, a shooting war. And we have to kill them or they will kill us. It’s very simple.”

Donald Trump said that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton refuse to say the words “radical Islamic terror” during his speech in Florida on Monday.

Donald Trump in Estero, Florida Monday 9/19/16:
“Yet the President of the United States or my opponent and both won’t even say the words ’radical Islamic terror.’ In fact, Hillary Clinton talks tougher about my supporters than she does about Islamic terrorists. Right?”

Michael Goodwin:
“I think he’s right on both cases. I think there is this refusal to name the enemy for fear that somehow Americans then will hate all Muslims. It really shows a lack of trust in Americans. And Donald Trump is right that the attacks on his supporters are more vicious than anything Hillary Clinton says about Islamic State. And I think just politically, she is trapped here. She is part of the Obama administration historically and right now she cannot break with the President, unless the black vote doesn’t come out for her. So, therefore, she’s trapped in Obama’s ideas which are this narrative war. And I think Trump is freely going after the real issue which is, this is a real war. Look, events have a vote and events are breaking in his favor.”

Ainsley Earhardt:
“You’re right. Thank you, Michael.”

Michael Goodwin:
“Thank you.”

Obama Administration Throwing Narratives While Terrorists Throw Bombs