For the last three years, we have heard and put up with nothing but the hardcore critics of President Donald Trump. Democrats have been the worst, and they still find no reason to back up any of their criticism. The president holds the highest position in the United States of America and has led this country through the worst economy handed over to him. He has turned it into the best economy America has seen in half a century. The critics must have forgotten when he ordered the Mother Bomb to be dropped on Syria, how everything was made right, right after the attack. Now with the bombing on Iran bases, which killed Iran’s top general, the critics do not know where to put themselves.
It is a do or die situation which our Commander in Chief was faced with over the weekend, and he made the right call whether the critics can admit it or not. Either way, the Democrats would get angry if he did nothing at all after the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Iraq, or like they are doing now, criticizing him to no end. The bottom line is, the Iran general had planned “imminent attacks” on the U.S. soldiers and Americans, and Trump silenced everyone with his response to the situation. Nothing needed to be said, but his actions spoke louder than any tweet or speech Trump ever gave.
The critics all wondered how the president would handle a sensitive situation, as many say he is not experienced enough to handle the power of the United States military. One thing is for sure, this president is not playing games, and he is going to do what he says he is going to do. Iran vows revenge, but the critics are now admitting they may have misjudged President Trump.
One of the worst critics, Senator Christopher S. Murphy, who is a Democrat from Connecticut, stated, “The moment we all feared is likely upon us. An unstable President in way over his head, panicking, with all his experienced advisers having quit, and only the sycophantic amateurs remaining. Assassinating foreign leaders, announcing plans to bomb civilians. A nightmare.”
People like Senator Murphy does not get it. President Trump is not studdering, hesitating, or fearing any of these terrorists. Statements from critics like Murphy are only trying to place fear in the American people and cast doubt on the greatest president who ever lived. All of the Trump supporters get it and would not have anyone else in charge of such strategic measures. Those who advise Trump and are his closest allies quickly dismiss all criticism because they realize it is the same partisan blowback from the no-good Democrats.
Trump’s closest allies have said it best. These foreign enemies have put America on their takedown list for decades, and no one has ever tried to take down the threats from overseas. The senior lieutenants have said any response from Iran will not be much compared to what we can do to them.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo went all across the board on all the major networks and news talk shows with the message, “It may be that there’s a little noise here in the interim, that the Iranians make the choice to respond. I hope that they don’t. President Trump has made clear what we will do in response if they do, that our response will be decisive and vigorous.”
The one thing that disturbs the Trump administration is not Iran, but Iraq. Iraq’s Parliament has voted to have American troops ousted. Iraq is an ally; we do not need to lose. This seems to be the only wall America was not expecting, but we can rest assured, it will get worked out. As far as Iran retaliating, President Trump knows what he has in his arsenal and has the best men on the field to understand what they need. This is not former President Obama, what our troops need, Trump will supply. Over a trillion dollars has been spent, and we have only the best weapons to defeat Iran.
A former CIA specialist on Iran, Reuel Marc Gerecht, said it best. “Trump actually has a very strong hand, vis-à-vis the clerical regime. Whether he chooses to play it, I don’t know. He’s not a strategist. But his tactical game hasn’t been bad. The hit on Suleimani was genius, totally flummoxed his opponent.” When the critics are silenced, good statements can finally shine through.