Celebrities more worried about the enemy's welfare than that of the troops

Brad Slager:
President Trump garnered the attention of the globe when he commissioned the military to drop a massive piece of ordnance in Afghanistan. Dubbed the Mother Of All Bombs (MOAB) it was the largest non-nuclear detonation at our disposal. That level of aggression also drew the attention from the Hollywood experts.

It was an impassioned zeal to condemn the actions of the reviled President by our luminary betters, but in the rush to voice outrage, many of these “societal experts” managed to expose stark ignorance. One of the joys in life is to behold a self-proclaimed expert who displays an abject absence of knowledge on a subject; that joy turns to hilarity when a lecture is sent down from an “important” celebrity.
It just seems odd to have to explain to such a vested activist actor that we are not attacking the Afghani government, but the terrorist faction that is metastasizing therein, but here we are.

The creator of “House of Cards” shows he is more adept at pretend politics.
This explains why Obama was so popular — he dropped tens of thousands of bombs during his tenure. Trump is just employing a proven methodology, we presume.

George Takei gives us another explanation as to the problem: it wasn’t that Trump bombed ISIS terrorists, it was the size of the weapon.
There is much more.

While Hollywood personalities are exposing their ignorance of the weapons of war, they are also exposing their carelessness for the welfare of the troops who are keeping ISIS from in engaging in mass murder attacks of noncombatants like for example, them.   Killing 96 mass murderers without exposing US troops and those of its allies to death and dismemberment should be considered a good thing for those who want to defeat a wicked enemy bent on destroying the way of life of those in Hollywood or elsewhere.


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