Guest post by Joe Hoft
Trump said that President Obama and his Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, created ISIS and he is right. Thanks to Judicial Watch, a 2012 defense intelligence report on the civil war in Syria openly states that the policy of the US and its allies was to support the Salafist opposition to the Syrian regime ran by president Bashar al-Assad. This opposition was spearheaded by Al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) and the Islamic State of Iraq which soon morphed into ISIS.
What is shocking about this report was that the US knew that the Syrian opposition was dominated by al Qaeda in Iraq and Obama-Clinton went ahead and supported them anyways and these actions led to what eventually morphed into ISIS.
A leaked recording of Obama’s 2nd term Secretary of State, John Kerry, conversing with leaders of Syrian opposition groups reveals that Obama wanted ISIS to grow in order to serve the administration’s objective of ousting Syrian President Bashar Assad.
It is hard to believe that just a few years after the US surge in Iraq, where Americans lost their lives to bring more relative peace to the nation than it had had in decades, that foolish Obama would pull all troops out of Iraq and then hand over weapons and support to al Qaeda/ISIS to fight Assad.
Mass graves were reported where ISIS stripped down captured Syrian soldiers and then shot them dead in the desert.
Numerous beheadings were filmed by the evil terrorists and shared with the world. Some of the victims were Americans. Obama’s response was to go golfing.
Thousands of Yazidis and Iraqis were slaughtered by ISIS while Obama partied. Obama did not care nor did he take credit for the atrocities being his fault. The ISIS massacres will go down in history as the great Holocaust of the Obama years. Terror, bloodshed and death occurred on a daily basis while Obama did nothing to stop it.
Obama created ISIS – the world’s most evil regime in decades.
And now ISIS has spread across the world.
The Obama legacy.
— Rita Katz (@Rita_Katz) January 2, 2017
And ISIS is active in at least 17 countries today.