Former President Barack Obama has often been accused of being a Muslim sympathizer.
According to author Brett Velicovich, author of the new book “Drone Warrior,” Obama once called off a drone strike that would have likely led to the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in 2011.
“So, typically a raid … would have occurred that same night by an assault force,” Velicovich said. “(But we) had to essentially wait two weeks for the call to be made to allow these guys to go in, and by that time he was gone. Baghdadi doesn’t stay anywhere for two weeks.”
Listen to the full interview below:
Conservative Tribune reports:
An excerpt from his book posted to Fox News offered more details on what transpired, explaining that whereas Velicovich’s task force “traditionally fell under the Department of Defense,” Obama’s rule changes made it so that his team needed “to get any hits cleared by both intelligence agencies and the State Department.”
And so, once he and his team found al-Baghdadi, they submitted their request for a raid from approval, only to see it be “passed from one empty suit to another, from Iraq to Washington.”
“Calls were made to bosses multiple times, pressing them to make a move, knowing that Baghdadi was in the house at that very moment,” Velicovich wrote.
“He had established an Islamic terror state and the United States is still trying to track him down to this day,” Velicovich said.
Recent reports out of Russia are suggesting that the Russian government has killed Baghdadi, but nothing has been confirmed by the Pentagon as of yet.
If this story is true, it is clear where Obama’s allegiances lay. Time and time again, Obama has proven that he is willing to hurt the U.S. in the name of Islam.
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