Rush Limbaugh UNLOADS on Obama’s “Worthless” Statement on Brussels ISIS Attacks (VIDEO)

On Tuesday Barack Obama dedicated 51 seconds to the Brussels ISIS terror attacks that killed 31 people. Nine Americans were injured in the attacks.

Then Obama hurried himself and his family to a baseball game where he was spotted doing the wave with Marxist tyrant Raul Castro.

The leader of the FARC Communist terrorist group was also at the game.

On Wednesday conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh blasted Obama’s “worthless” statement on the Brussels ISIS attack.

Via The Rush Limbaugh Show:

RUSH: To the audio sound bites we go. Barack Obama in la Habana addressing the people of Cuba. During his remarks he talked about the terror attack in Belgium for about 52 seconds. We have 30 of those seconds here.

OBAMA: The thoughts and prayers of the American people are with the people of Belgium, and we stand in solidarity with them in condemning these outrageous attacks against innocent people. We will do whatever is necessary to support our friend and ally, Belgium, in bringing to justice those who are responsible.

RUSH: No, we won’t.

OBAMA: And this is yet another reminder that the world must unite.

RUSH: Oh, come on, no.

OBAMA: We must be together regardless of nationality or race or faith in fighting against the scourge of terrorism.

RUSH: I’m sorry, folks, but that’s a crock. The problem is not lack of unity. What, we’re supposed to find a way to unify with ISIS? We’re supposed to unite with criminals and terrorists? How does that work? It’s yet another reminder the world must unite? You talk about a worthless, pointless reaction to this. That’s not what the world has to do to stop this. The world has to get serious and wipe these people out. But, no, we must come together. We must unite. We must stop the conflict. We must stop being critical of one another. We must work together. We must represent our values. We must do everything we can to show that we — it’s a bunch of gobbledygook. Yet another reminder the world must unite.

So terrorism’s happening because what? There are disagreements in Belgium? What are the disagreements in Belgium that caused these clowns to blow up what they blew up? No, no, no. Folks, I’m dead serious. This is irresponsible. If Obama were a lawyer, this is close to malpractice. It’s irresponsible. This doesn’t even get anywhere near dealing with what really happened. I saw a debate on TV today, and Joe Trippi, the former Howard Dean campaign consultant, accredited member of the establishment. And the question was, should Obama leave Cuba and come back to the United States, in light of the attacks, and I guess show us unity. We gotta come together, right?

So should Obama leave Cuba, come back here. And Trippi (imitating Trippi), “No, no, no, this is too important a deal down there.” But what about flying off to Europe? Should Obama fly off to Europe and show unity? And Trippi said, “Yeah, that makes sense.” What am I watching here? It makes sense for Obama to go to Europe at some point and do what? Stand with them and show them that we care? That we’re thinking and we’re praying with the people of Belgium and that we’re standing in solidarity? It’s another example, another reason, reminder that the world must unite, we must be together regardless of nationality or race or faith, in fighting terrorism.

The only people I know of that don’t want to fight terrorism, Mr. President, is you! What do you mean, come together to fight terrorism? Show a little leadership on it. You won’t even call it what it is. You will not even use the words, “Radical Islam.” You will not say “radical Islamic terrorism.” You will not say “militant Islamic terror.” You won’t even use the words. Who’s not united in opposing this? Who are these laggards that will not join the effort to oppose ISIS? Who’s he talking about?

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